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Actually Joe Montana is now tenatively scheduled for the middle of
November. Silpheed is renamed Terraforming "something something" and is
due out the end of this month. Don't hold your breath though.
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I have no idea about Terra Striker(Silpheed). What I want to know is,
did they redo the voices and take out all the 'vulgar' language? (Great Scott,
that big bastard's alive! Go get him, boys!)
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John Stiles <lta...@academic.csubak.edu>
"That was beyond the limits of good taste." -- Beavis
Actually I was in Software Etc.'s Game Stop Mall of America today and they had
a copy of Silpheed for Sega CD running on their unit. It looks great. One of
the nicest Sega CD games I've seen in a while. Some real smooth 3-D animation
in the intro. Dunno if it's spooled or real-time, but it's GREAT either way.
So I guess it's not delayed until tuesday...today is only Saturday October
Tomorrow (Monday) or Tuesday doesn't sound like the middle of November
> Silpheed is renamed Terraforming "something something" and is
>due out the end of this month. Don't hold your breath though.
It's called "Silpheed" in America; and it's been out since Friday. Good
timing on selling that Sega CD, MG. Didn't you read my earlier post?
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Yes, graphically Silpheed is amazing, but the gameplay is lacking. If you
want a good combination of both buy AH-3 Thunderstrike. I would still play
Starfox over Silpheed anyday.
I sold my Sega CD because I had bought both Silpheed and Sonic CD (jap
versions), and they both were sub-par. It takes more than pretty graphics
to make a good game. And BTW, I sold the CD to my neighbor, so I'll still
be playing all the games, except now I don't have that "screwed" feeling
Enjoy Silpheed folks, and if you want to know how to get 10 extra lives
refer to the October issue of Die-Hard magazine.
Um, I bought Silpheed on Friday 10/15. And the store I went to had Montana
CD as well running in a window demo. I asked about it and they said they
haven't received their bulk shipment on it though. So I couldn't get it just
yet. I will keep calling though.
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"A Viking fan wandering through a purple haze..."