Discussion in 'Unreleased Games Discussion' started by rod_wod, Jul 27, 2009.
Best ad ever?
I found a couple of interesting clips on Youtube:
The first one is a promo tape for the 32X version of Virtua Fighter, and primarily features an announcer telling you how TIGHT several VF moves are, but near the end there's some footage of the unreleased games Virtual Golf and Soulstar X.
The second one (WARNING: Dangerously 90s content) is so bad it makes my head hurt, but near the end it shows the box arts for the unreleased 32X CD versions of Firehead (?) and Surgical Strike.
I'm not very much into the pre-32bit unreleased stuff so I don't know if this article and screenshots had been scanned and uploaded before.
Look at how they mirrored the left screenshot. Oh dear... 90's mags had their charme!
It's from the German "Sega Magazin", issue 12/1995.
You can choose from different angles and 3D sequences
The arcade-like gameplay can be mastered without further instructions
Finally! After waiting several months we could play the almost finished version of Core Design's hit Golf-game. Compared to the Pentium-version no down-bows must be made. The real-time 3D-angles convince with smooth scrolling and detailed objects. If everything goes well, an in-detail review of this game will follow next month.
I don't have issue 1/96, but I guess there won't be any further mentioning of this shitty game.
I went on to be 'Virtual Golf' for the Saturn. Which was OK.
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