Discussion in 'Unreleased Games Discussion' started by GaijinPunch, May 26, 2004.
You mean Goiken Muyou? I love it
Yes, that's the one. Class game :smt023 I have 2 early shots of it that I'll post later one once they are scanned.
PS: - Sabre470, thanks for the upload I'll take a look at that in a minute.
Bump. Anyone care if these are sticky or not?
Not really. Its gone quite O/T from the ACTUAL question asked in the title!!
For that, I'd say look at GaijinPunch's site, he has a list of games planned for release but unreleased.
Does anyone want to see pics of Sacred Pools for the saturn?
You could better ask if anyone doesn't want
Ok heres a couple of screenshots I found...
It doesn't show really much but still; cool.
You got more?
What exactly do you want to see? Ill try to get some more pics.
What disk is it? You have the original (alpha/beta/?) disc? I never heart of this game, which company developed it?
SEGASOFT paid over $3mil to develop the game. The company is called codemonkeys now. Not sure if they had a different name back then. But Segasoft pretty much entirely funded the compnay during that period.
Is it just another one of those FMV based games that Sega US made so many of?
very interesting, please tell us more!
My knowledge is limited. They spent a bunch of money developing this game that was supposed to be "revolutionary". The game missed milestones and went way over budget. I have never played that far through the game but what ive seen is that it is basically a FMV game where you can sort of move around the world. You have choices of which diretion to go and what to do, but they are limited and (obviously) on tracks.
it may a intermal sample demo
it looks like the cutscenes from Panzer Dragoon (damn that game is a great shooter)
this data i get from EMU HDD, and there i find alot Stree FXXXter 2 source data
People please dont quote loads and loads of pictures!!!
That Panzer Dragoon is just the opening movie from the 1st game. Now I did have a REAL very early CG real time sample of Panzer Dragoon on video which is now gone I belive that ASSEMbler said that he also had the same video though.
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