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General Gaming Discussion / Re: SEGA Heroes for Mobile
« Last post by Berto on Today at 12:20:41 am »
2nd character from Chuchu Rocket : Chupea !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2fz_9xtKdw
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: The Trivia Game
« Last post by Berto on Today at 12:19:27 am »
Pet Club: Inu Dai Suki!
Damn.. I felt bad for never heard of this game before, lol.
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I'm just glad they are not making a Streets of Rage 4. It would be cool to see an HD version of the previous games though.
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The Website of the Dead / Help: Dr. Curien’s Analyses From THOTD 3
« Last post by mochi on October 11, 2019, 12:49:25 am »
Hey! I’ve noticed in this video, https://youtu.be/yxLHsfPGndA, near the end, when the uploader switches to a camcorder, the endgame results screen shows Curien analyzing your overall performance that playthrough. I’ve searched online for clearer examples of this, but haven’t found any and haven’t seen this in any other full playthroughs of the game either.


I was wondering if anyone could tell me which version this shows up in, and / or if it’s exclusive to certain ports; The House of the Dead 2 & 3 compilation, Arcade, or PS3 release.


There’s essentially a small fraction of Curien dialogue gone mostly undocumented / unseen here, and I’d really like to compile it.  :o
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: The Trivia Game
« Last post by OriginalName on October 09, 2019, 02:35:05 pm »
Oh man, I'm starting to feel bad about my pick. "Tama & Friends" is another great guess, but that game is more of a minigame collection based on the "Tama & Friends" anime, which happened to star a cat. The game I'm looking for is a dedicated pet simulator (similar to "Nintendogs") that was also released for the Game Gear. It was part of a very short-lived series (only two games). Originally there was a cat version in July 1996, then in December of 1996 a dog version was released. What was the title of the dog version?
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: SEGA Games List - 2019
« Last post by Berto on October 08, 2019, 09:37:37 pm »
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That's true, but the music was definitely better in the second one. I also thought the third game was a little bit too similar to the second one, but that's just the opinion of someone who played SoR games in the 2010s.

I turned one year old in 1994, so I had to experience the games much later.

Agree, I though SOR3 musically and graphically worse than SOR2, but the special moves charging thing was gameplay changing.
You can always unleashed it anytime when it's ready without thinking about your health.
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: The Trivia Game
« Last post by Berto on October 08, 2019, 12:27:04 am »
Inu no Osanpo was released in 2001; the mystery game was released five years earlier in 1996.

Ah.. I forgot Ino no Osanpo's year release, thinking it was around 2005.
Then.... Tama and Friends?
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General Gaming Discussion / Re: The Trivia Game
« Last post by OriginalName on October 07, 2019, 10:38:06 pm »
Inu no Osanpo was released in 2001; the mystery game was released five years earlier in 1996.
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That's true, but the music was definitely better in the second one. I also thought the third game was a little bit too similar to the second one, but that's just the opinion of someone who played SoR games in the 2010s.

I turned one year old in 1994, so I had to experience the games much later.
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