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Death Throttle is mix between first person shooter and racing game. It was originally developed for PC by Canadian company Imagexcel and published by Gametek, under the name Quarantine. The Saturn version war ported by Infini Entertainment Technology and published by Media Quest. The Saturn port came out in Japan only. Quarantine was also released for 3DO and Playstation.

The game can be described as mix between Doom and Crazy Taxi. You drive around in an area until someone wants to ride your taxi. Then you can choose if you want to take the passenger to his destination. The passenger will give you a time limit and the amount of money they will pay. If you accept, you get the money if you reach the destination within the time limit, you get the full amount. If you are even faster, you will get a bonus. For every second you are overtime, the amount of money you receive decreases. With the money you can repair your cab, improve armour and buy new weapons. The streets are filled with other vehicles which will crush into you or shoot at you. There are also armed pedestrians, land mines and automated rocked launchers which will do damage to your car. All cars are hover cars, but they can only hover on the streets. If you leave the area where hovering is supported, you have to fall back on your limited self-sustained hovering to get back on the street.

Some things are painfully linear.

The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 - The Case of the Rose Tattoo is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Mythos Software and published by Electronic Arts.

The story starts off with Holmes' brother Mycroft summoning Holmes and Watson to the Diogenes Club. Just when Holmes and Watson arrive, a large explosion devastates the club's building, killing one person and severely injuring Mycroft. Police are convinced that the explosion was caused by a gas leak and consider the case closed. Holmes thinks Mycroft is mortally injured and falls into a depression for being unable to protect his brother. Watson sets out to find something for Holmes to work on, hoping this will make Holmes stop his brooding in isolation. Soon it turns out that the explosion was probably not an accident.

You start the game by playing as Watson until you have found enough evidence to convince Holmes to take action. After that, you continue as Holmes.

A short test run with Dolphin. Sorry for the harsh slow-downs, I have to try to tweak the settings to make the game run better.

Sengoku Basara 3 Utage is a beat'em up developed and published by Capcom. It was also released for Playstation 3. It is an expension for Sengoku Basara 3. While the latter was released internationally (under the name Sengoku basara - Samurai Heroes), Utage only came out in Japan.

The Sengoku Basara games are similar to Koei's Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors games, but with gameplay being more arcade-like and characters being way more over-the-top anime style.

Mycroft gives us some headache.

The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 - The Case of the Rose Tattoo is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Mythos Software and published by Electronic Arts.

The story starts off with Holmes' brother Mycroft summoning Holmes and Watson to the Diogenes Club. Just when Holmes and Watson arrive, a large explosion devastates the club's building, killing one person and severely injuring Mycroft. Police are convinced that the explosion was caused by a gas leak and consider the case closed. Holmes thinks Mycroft is mortally injured and falls into a depression for being unable to protect his brother. Watson sets out to find something for Holmes to work on, hoping this will make Holmes stop his brooding in isolation. Soon it turns out that the explosion was probably not an accident.

You start the game by playing as Watson until you have found enough evidence to convince Holmes to take action. After that, you continue as Holmes.

Resident Evil 3 - Nemesis (know as Biohazard 3 - Last Escape in Japan) is an action-adventure which was originally developed by Capcom for the Playstation. It was ported to Gamecube by Tose and published by Capcom. The game also came out for Dreamcast and PC.

Resident Evil 3 plays more or less parallel to Resident Evil 2, during the zombie outbreak in Raccoon City. You take the role of Jill Valentine, member of the S.T.A.R.S. unit of Raccoon City Police Department. Jill is one of the first game's protagonists. Jill is trapped in the city and needs to find a way out. Not long after she has left her hideout, Jill Encounters a horrifying creature called Nemesis who seems to be bound to kill members of the S.T.A.R.S. unit.

Gameplay is mostly the same as in the first two games. However, you do not have a choice between two characters to play and hence no varying storyline. A new feature is the option to produce your own ammunition. There are three different types of gun powder which can be crafted into different types of ammunition depending on the combination. This enables you set some focus, since you can decide if you want to have more ammo for the normal handgun or rather acid grenades for the grenade launcher.
At some points in the game, quick time events occur where you have a few seconds to decide which action out of several you want to do, for example choosing to fight Nemesis or trying to run away at once.

Why is everyone so reluctant to let me investigate?

The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 - The Case of the Rose Tattoo is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Mythos Software and published by Electronic Arts.

The story starts off with Holmes' brother Mycroft summoning Holmes and Watson to the Diogenes Club. Just when Holmes and Watson arrive, a large explosion devastates the club's building, killing one person and severely injuring Mycroft. Police are convinced that the explosion was caused by a gas leak and consider the case closed. Holmes thinks Mycroft is mortally injured and falls into a depression for being unable to protect his brother. Watson sets out to find something for Holmes to work on, hoping this will make Holmes stop his brooding in isolation. Soon it turns out that the explosion was probably not an accident.

You start the game by playing as Watson until you have found enough evidence to convince Holmes to take action. After that, you continue as Holmes.

Note: After 8:34, I used a trainer in order to show more of the game.

Supertrux is a racing game developed by British company Gargoyle Games and published by British company Elite systems. It was also released for Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum.

Supertrux is basically a cone of Sega's Out Run, albeit you drive a truck instead of a Corvette. You race against the clock through streets of various European countries (for some reason, you do not cross water when going from London to the continent). At the end of each segment, you can choose between two paths for the next segment. If you hit obstacles or other trucks, you loose a lot of speed and hence time. If you run out of time, it's game over.

Radirgy Generic is a vertically scrolling shoot'em up developed and published by Milestone. It was only released in Japan, although a US release was planned by O3 Entertainment under the name "Radio Allergy". Radirgy Generic was initially released in the arcades under the name Radirgy. The game was also released for Dreamcast, Playstation 2 and Wii (for the latter only as part of the Milestone Shooting Collection/ Ultimate Shooting Collection).

Going through the same chores with Holmes.

The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 - The Case of the Rose Tattoo is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Mythos Software and published by Electronic Arts.

The story starts off with Holmes' brother Mycroft summoning Holmes and Watson to the Diogenes Club. Just when Holmes and Watson arrive, a large explosion devastates the club's building, killing one person and severely injuring Mycroft. Police are convinced that the explosion was caused by a gas leak and consider the case closed. Holmes thinks Mycroft is mortally injured and falls into a depression for being unable to protect his brother. Watson sets out to find something for Holmes to work on, hoping this will make Holmes stop his brooding in isolation. Soon it turns out that the explosion was probably not an accident.

You start the game by playing as Watson until you have found enough evidence to convince Holmes to take action. After that, you continue as Holmes.

Finally, another building.

Yakata - Nightmare Project (yakata is Japanese for "mansion") is an RPG with some adventure elements. It was developed by Chime and published by ASK Kodansha. The game was only released in Japan.

The game's protagonist is a young man called Yukiya (you can rename him, tough) who gets summoned to a mansion located on an island. While crossing the see on a boat, a storm rises and a giant wave drags him off-board. He awakens at the coast of the island. Unfortunately, he has lost his memory, probably due to a hit on the head. Only the remains of his invitation letter give his name and the place he wanted to go. Upon arriving at the mansion, three other people, who were also invited, have arrived. Their host is a young woman who is the daughter of a famous architect. Her father has also built the mansion. The reason why Yukiya and the others were summoned turns out to be the fact all the buildings by the host's father absorb and amplify nightmares. The host says that everyone invited has a special power and she wants everyone to stay a night at the mansion. However, the next morning, things take a dramatic turn...

The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes 2 - The Case of the Rose Tattoo is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Mythos Software and published by Electronic Arts.

The story starts off with Holmes' brother Mycroft summoning Holmes and Watson to the Diogenes Club. Just when Holmes and Watson arrive, a large explosion devastates the club's building, killing one person and severely injuring Mycroft. Police are convinced that the explosion was caused by a gas leak and consider the case closed. Holmes thinks Mycroft is mortally injured and falls into a depression for being unable to protect his brother. Watson sets out to find something for Holmes to work on, hoping this will make Holmes stop his brooding in isolation. Soon it turns out that the explosion was probably not an accident.

You start the game by playing as Watson until you have found enough evidence to convince Holmes to take action. After that, you continue as Holmes.

Asylum is an illustrated text-adventure developed by Med Systems Software and published by Candian company Screenplay. It was originally released for TSR-80 and PC Booter, and also came out for Atari 8-bit.

After the introduction of the adventure game in 70s, a lot of people have developed problems with discerning reality and fiction. These people are brought into a special asylum which consists of a large maze. The inhabitants have to re-learn to distinguish between reality and imagination again by trying to find a way out of the maze.

Unlike common text-adventure you do not move around by typing in directions. Instead, you move directly with the cursor keys similar to a dungeon crawler like Wizardry or Might & Magic.

Searching for clues.

Yakata - Nightmare Project (yakata is Japanese for "mansion") is an RPG with some adventure elements. It was developed by Chime and published by ASK Kodansha. The game was only released in Japan.

The game's protagonist is a young man called Yukiya (you can rename him, tough) who gets summoned to a mansion located on an island. While crossing the see on a boat, a storm rises and a giant wave drags him off-board. He awakens at the coast of the island. Unfortunately, he has lost his memory, probably due to a hit on the head. Only the remains of his invitation letter give his name and the place he wanted to go. Upon arriving at the mansion, three other people, who were also invited, have arrived. Their host is a young woman who is the daughter of a famous architect. Her father has also built the mansion. The reason why Yukiya and the others were summoned turns out to be the fact all the buildings by the host's father absorb and amplify nightmares. The host says that everyone invited has a special power and she wants everyone to stay a night at the mansion. However, the next morning, things take a dramatic turn...

Yellow Kid - Giallo al Circo ("Yellow at the Circus") is a point and click adventure with some action elements. It was developed by Italian company Holodream Software and published by Italian company Comic Art Games. It is an adaption of the comic of the same name. As far as I know, the game was release on the disk on a dedicated magazine in Italy. It was only released in Italian.

The Yellow Kid wants to go to the carnival, but he has no money. So you need to have a look around to find opportunities to earn money.

Yellow Kid can jump and duck which needed sometimes to avoid getting hurt. You loose health when you get hit. If you are out of health, it's game over. There seems to be no way to replenish health during the game.

'Butagee' de Iin Janai? ( 「ぶたゲー」でいいんじゃない?) is a simulation game developed and published by Shangri-La. It was only released in Japan.

'Butagee' de Iin Janai? is a training simulator where you train a cartoon pig for races. You select one pig from a group of characters with varying stats and start off with some money and some nurishments. You have to buy food for the pig from the money you earn. depending on what and how muc you feed to the pig, its stats will alter in a different way. You can choose different forms of training, like weight lifting, frisbee chatching etc. which will increase and decrease various stats.

Karous is a vertically scrolling shoot'em up developed by Milestone. It was initially released in the arcades and later released to Dreamcast and 3DS. The Wii version was not released separately, but as part of the Milestone Shooting Collection (know as Ultimate Shooting Collection in North America).

The host is dead, now what?

Yakata - Nightmare Project (yakata is Japanese for "mansion") is an RPG with some adventure elements. It was developed by Chime and published by ASK Kodansha. The game was only released in Japan.

The game's protagonist is a young man called Yukiya (you can rename him, tough) who gets summoned to a mansion located on an island. While crossing the see on a boat, a storm rises and a giant wave drags him off-board. He awakens at the coast of the island. Unfortunately, he has lost his memory, probably due to a hit on the head. Only the remains of his invitation letter give his name and the place he wanted to go. Upon arriving at the mansion, three other people, who were also invited, have arrived. Their host is a young woman who is the daughter of a famous architect. Her father has also built the mansion. The reason why Yukiya and the others were summoned turns out to be the fact all the buildings by the host's father absorb and amplify nightmares. The host says that everyone invited has a special power and she wants everyone to stay a night at the mansion. However, the next morning, things take a dramatic turn...

Another try, now with a full squad, up to level four.
Note: I found the controls more responsive and the game smoother on my PC when lowering the resolution.

Warhammer 40,000 - Dark Crusaders is a squad-based first-person shooter which was being developed by Leaping Lizard Software and planned to be published by Mindscape. It was also planned to be released for Saturn. Both versions were cancelled.

Dark crusade is set in games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 setting. Similar to EA's Space Hulk games, you take control over a squad of Space Marines and need to to fight your way through the levels. However, Dark Crusade is more straight forward action and less tactics and command. But you also have a number of orders you can give to your troops like "follow me", "guard" or "charge". As far as I got, there are no special mission objective, you just need to find your way to the exit.

Battles in Time is a strategy game developed by Quantum Quality Productions (QQP) and American Laser Games. It was published by Quantum Quality Productions and probably only released in the US.

In the distant future, mankind has abolished all weapons for the sake of peace, and has formed a utopian world-wide nation. Things change to the worse when an alien race is attacking Earth. In order to be able to defend themselves, people develop a time machine and send one man (you) back in time to learn how to wage war in four different time zones.

The game is a turn-based wargame for up to four players, either human or CPU. Gameplay is turn-based. Each turn is divided into three phases. First phase replenishing phase, were you can buy new troops from points you receive. Next is movement phase where you move around your units. If you start a battle with enemy troops, you will have a tactical battle on a dedicated screen in the third phase.

Free track by German metal band "Die Vorboten" taken from https://dievorboten.bandcamp.com/ .

Note: I accidentally choose only a single marine at the beginning, rendering the game far too difficult. Gameplay with four marine is more towards the end.

Warhammer 40,000 - Dark Crusaders is a squad-based first-person shooter which was being developed by Leaping Lizard Software and planned to be published by Mindscape. It was also planned to be released for Saturn. Both versions were cancelled.

Dark crusade is set in games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 setting. Similar to EA's Space Hulk games, you take control over a squad of Space Marines and need to to fight your way through the levels. However, Dark Crusade is more straight forward action and less tactics and command. But you also have a number of orders you can give to your troops like "follow me", "guard" or "charge". As far as I got, there are no special mission objective, you just need to find your way to the exit.

Super Pinball II -The Amazing Odyssee is a pinball game developed by Kaze and published by Meldac. It was only released in Japan.

The game is basically the same as its predecessor, with three different tables: Space Sister, The Spy Eyes and Show Time.

The Lost World - Jurassic Park is a run-and-gun developed by Hungarian company Appaloosa Interactive and published by Sega.It was only released in North America, Europe and Brazil. It has no connection to any other game of the same name on other platforms.

The Lost World - Jurassic Park is based on the eponymous movie, but it does not follow the movie's story. You take control of a nameless bounty hunter who is sent to the island from the film in order to catch valuable dinosaurs.

In each level, you get a mission including one or several objectives. Several objectives will take place in a separate area, like rescuing a fellow hunter from a cave. Apart from dinosaurs, there are other dangers like poisonous plants, hostile hunters, boulder dash or land mines. You have several standard weapons with unlimited ammo, like a taser, a dart gun and a shotgun. You can find weapons with limited ammo within in the levels, like a machine gun, grenades or mines. If you find a car, you can ride it to move faster. A car can also hurt enemies by ramming them.

The game can be played alone or in either co-op or competitive two-player mode. Your progress is saved with a password.

Falcata is strategy game with some RPG elements. It was developed and published by Gust. It was only released in Japan.

A second attempt of playing Prototype after my old video. Once I discovered that you can save anywhere in the level, I got beyond the first boss, but then game froze.
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