Discussion in 'Member Game Collections' started by sporefrog08, Apr 30, 2015.
PS1 / SQUARESOFT / JAPAN / 1998
Parasite Eve Store Promo POP Display / "Shelf Dangler"
I wonder if the TGS Demo is an earlier version with differences? Any chance you could let us know
Fond memories of Maximo - it's one of those series where each games is a classic (imho) starting with the brutally difficult Ghosts n' Goblins. I had a friend who could finish the arcade on two credits... someone else at the same arcade had done it on 1. But the kicker was doing it properly - nobody ever got the 100% perfect ending.
After all these years I still struggle to get to stage 2 (tragic!)
Maximo, on the other hand, I was pretty good at
there are indeed several differences between the TGS and the official japanese demo disc.
here are some of my Maximo videos:
TGS Beta Prototype Disc (all differences in the video-description):
Promo Demo Disc:
Maximo Speedrun (full game / US retail version):
"Mastery" 100% Speedrun (hidden stage / US retail version)
SNES / CAPCOM / JAPAN / 1991
Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts (Chou Makaimura) Promo POP Display / "Shelf Dangler"
NINTENDO 64 / CAPCOM / JAPAN / 1998
Magical Tetris Challenge Featuring Mickey Store Promo Display Gift Box + Postcard
PS2 / SQUARE ENIX / JAPAN / 2003
official Final Fantasy XII Press Kit
the game itself was released in 2006 but this exclusive Kit was already made in 2003.
it was handed out to journalists at a specific press conference on November 19 2003 by "Product Development Division 4" (Square Enix´s internal FF XII team).
as far as I know, this event (called "A new FINAL FANTASY release briefing") was the only place to get this item. it was never available anywhere else.
- 8 sheets (4 one-sided paper sheets and 4 double-sided plastic signs)
- Press Disc
- Business Card Holder
PS1 / CAPCOM / JAPAN / 1999
Magical Tetris Challenge Featuring Mickey Store Promo Standee / POP Counter Display
PC ENGINE / HUDSON SOFT / JAPAN / 1990
Bomberman Users Battle Tournament Promo Poster
PS1 / CAPCOM / JAPAN / 1997
Breath of Fire III Promo POP Display / "Shelf Dangler"
PS1 / CAPCOM / JAPAN / 1999
Dino Crisis Store Promo Standee / POP Counter Display
PS1 / NAMCO / JAPAN / 2000
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness Store Promo "Christmas" Standee / POP Counter Display
PS1 / CORE DESIGN / JAPAN / 2000
Tomb Raider IV: The Last Revelation Store Promo Poster + Standee / POP Counter Display (with "Lucy Clarkson")
WONDERSWAN COLOR / SQUARESOFT / JAPAN / 2002
Makai Toushi SaGa (The Final Fantasy Legend Remake)
WonderSwan cartridge size comparsion
SNES Super Scope 6
my final post here with my 3 favorite videogames of all time, Shadowun, Castle Quest and Maximo Ghosts to Glory.
good bye assemblergames...R.I.P.
AG still online?
Alright, time for one more pic with Maximo
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