PSX: Thrill Kill

Discussion in 'Unreleased Games Discussion' started by _skitzo_, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. _skitzo_

    _skitzo_ Guest

    I once played that at a friends house of mine. Apprently this was a UK release, later to be know as some WU-tang game. Apprently the game got banned due to gore ect...
    The version that I played seemed finshed but missing CG endings.
    Does anyone have seen this or have a more finshed version of the game?
     
  2. Paulo

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    Try and search the forum before you make a new topic. This has been talked about in lengh and all the info you need should be there.
     
  3. liquitt

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    this is unreleased? aha, i bought my one in a shop...with a case, and a booklet... ;)
     
  4. Paulo

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    Then its a fake...
     
  5. Sally

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    BuyAtari has a real pressed copy, I've tried to get it off of him but he won't trade/sell....
     
  6. _skitzo_

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    I thought it was out in U.K for abit till it was pulled
     
  7. Sally

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    Nope, it was canceled by EA because it was "too violent". The orininal developers leaked it anyway because they were pissed. The engine was later used in a few other games, one being the Wu-Tang fighter, another being the "Rockem-Sockem robots" game, and i can't remember the third... Generally considered the most pirated game on the psx.

    Edit: Swaped developers for publishers... corrected.
     
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  8. Mr. Casual

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    I knew the developers leaked it! I think they have a site with a link to one of their emails for sending it to people that wanted it.

    I think most games nowadays are probably a million times worse, though.
     
  9. cahaz

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    the game was released and sold in very limited quantities, before getting removed off the shelves, from what i know.
     
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    From what I've seen and played of Thrill Kill, it's a bit ropey.

    The gore didn't offend me, but the game's shitness quotient did.
     
  11. Fabrizo

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    I knew someone who was so hyped up about the game back in the day that they camped outside a store to purchase it on release. He said he got it (although I never personaly saw it), and then supposedly it was pulled litteraly an hour or two after the store opened.

    I can't confirm any of this, but Its not even close to the only time i've heard about people getting copies at retail.
     
  12. cahaz

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    that's abour right. Stores received their stocks, somes placed it on the shelves before the official release date, others waited for the d-day, but the game got removed very quickly. Some shops didnt even had the time to put it on the shelves.

    Anyway. You can find some real, un-pirated, copies on E-Bay from time to time. It fits like a charm in any video game collection.
     
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  13. Buyatari

    Buyatari Well Known Member

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    I don't have a pressed copy I have a prototype on an offical CDR from Activision of all places. Go figure.

    I don't buy the story that retail copies are out there. The front and back cover are out there for those with color copiers. That has led to the confusion.
     
  14. hl718

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    Buyatari is correct. The only "pressed" copies of Thrill Kill are pirated copies. No official copies ever made it to stores.

    -hl718
     

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