|The Mothership - 2017-03-16 |
OH MY FUCKING GOD. I REMEMBER THIS, but only from the TV series. I also remember a print book with these characters. This game looks like it was the hardest game in the history of games.
that being said, I spent a lot of quarters learning those moves.
Wait, my memory is coming back a bit. I think I had the lunchbox rather than a print book.
|Ninehells - 2017-03-16 |
This fucking game.
I could have paid for a PhD on the interest of the money I dropped in this fucking game. Did I beat it, eventually, a few week before the arcade shuttered it's doors and became a video rental shack? Yes. Do I regret it? A little.
Don't feel bad, I beat Superman: The Arcade Game AND Time Traveler 3d in the arcade (combined total of $30 but Time Traveler was at least $1 per credit).
And the Aliens arcade game but that's more defensible.
I don't think I ever quite made it to the end of the last level of Golden Axe without running out of quarters though.
|chumbucket - 2017-03-16 |
So many many quarters.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2017-03-16 |
Someone could sorta recreate this game in youtube using video links for choices
|StanleyPain - 2017-03-16 |
Dragon's Lair and Space Ace were released on DVD with a mode that just let you watch all of the footage like this a long time ago. Interestingly, though, when you just watch the linear laserdisc files, you of course get to see all the unique death animations.
I've always had a deep love not only for the design and animation, but that great pantomime-esque thing of having virtually no dialogue.
The foley and sound design are great!
|Inoperableheart - 2017-03-16 |
"Hi, I'm Don Bluth. Did you notice my gigantic vore fetish? Well okay then you have a nice day" Also I'm submitting full video for Thayers quest so it's laser disc games week now.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2017-03-17 |
More than anything, this video makes me realize just how much I miss western 2D animation.
I wonder if the Dragon's Lair theatrical film (and the seven other animated features Don Bluth allegedly has in production) will ever see the light of day.
The crowdfunded DL movie is still in development. However, according to people who contributed to it and get the members-only updates and such, it apparently looks amazing and does seem to be making legit progress.
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