|Prickly Pete |
I believe that free cabinets of this game were at the very first Gathering Of The Juggalos. So to answer the question raised in the description, yeah they must.
Holy Crap! Krampus is in this? That's actually kind of cool. Still basically hate this game, it was punishingly hard and I never saw anyone get past a single boss on the machine they had in the second floor lobby of the movie theater I briefly worked in.
One question: Can the Mimes in the last level actually hurt you, or are they there just to be shot repeatedly?
|Crab Mentality |
The fact that they made the main villain "Tokentaker" really illustrates how shameless they were with this game. Dementomstie mentions that he never saw anyone get past a boss- I never saw anyone reach a boss.
Although there's a lot of good things about arcades that will be missed, this game makes WOW look like Netflix compared to blockbuster.
Thing I forgot to note- this guy has automatic fire the whole time, and he still dies several times. This playthrough would have cost like eight bucks at a cheap arcade.
I like all the bosses saying, "So, you've enabled god mode with impossible firepower? Sorry, the game still says I get some free hits on you."
I watched the whole thing. I miss when games didn't attempt plot.
Also, Wiki claims this is based on "Carnival of Souls". Errrrrrrrrrrrrr... not really?
Uhh, this came out in 1998. Games had been attempting plots for well over ten years at that point.
Single-player video games without a plot are boring as shit. To me, anyway. But I'm one of those faggots who loves Final Fantasy, so feel free to ignore me.
I have never seen one of the most memorable arcade rail shooters from the late 90s.
Fuck this shit. Beastbusters is where it's at.
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What do you mean that's "the wrong one?" There's more?
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