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For example, he's adding nicely scanned original covers for rare PC Engine CD games, as well as weird Amstrad CPC games & lots more besides. Look through his full contributions to date here.
Oh, and Piltdown Man is perilously close to 150,000 points, so thank him in the near future when he makes it! There's lots more, of course, so we'll be back to thank them in the near future...
As always, veteran contributor Kabushi is doing a lot of rare documentation in a low-profile manner, and he's been adding a bunch of promo images for early (2001) Ludigames/Gameloft title Lock 'Em Up, for example.
And overall, the overall list of games that he's added shows lots of concentration on rare & overlooked formats and titles - which is amazing. Keep it up, Sir!
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Taking cues from the second film, the titular RoboCop is after a drug simply known as "Brain Drain". Much of the game plays like an FPS, but RoboCop is no Doomguy, BJ Blazkovicz or Duke Nukem. He moves slow, yet he has pin point accuracy and titanium armor to withstand a Cyberdemon. All you do is shoot criminals and complete objectives - which is fairly generic for the time.
Much of the game controls clunkily, the sound effects and general audio are weak and buggy, the graphics are butt ugly for a 2003 game and many of the features that made the original RoboCop movies unique (graphic violence, dark humor) are all gone. Despite being Titus' swan song; it sure was a swan that sung on a really weird hill to die on.
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Arcade version released. (Japan)
Microsoft Windows Version 3.0 (included games)
DOS version released. (United States)
DOS version released. (Poland)
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