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Black Ice White Noise box cover
By avatar AcFreeze 1 on May 23rd, 2007
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lord_arcanus 20 [ 1 decade ago ]

another Jaguar game, huh? if this is 16=bit, how come you have a 3D screenshot?

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Ayron 47 [ 1 decade ago ]

hmm here we go xD:
dislike the logo
looks like the chars. are glued on the background.
would the jaguar have esrb?[just checkin]
dislike the screenshot in the corner
overall.[ for the feel of it] 3/5

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AcFreeze 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

#1 It's an actual screen shot from the game. The game was a 3D action game unreleased circa 1995 for a "64 bit" cd system.

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Honestly not into the logo myself, but wanted to use the actual logo and art from the game. Prefer to stick to the original companies format myself.
Plus 3/5 for a jag box is being nice. ;)

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TrevOwnz 41 [ 1 decade ago ]

what is with the logo placement, can you explain this to me?

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AcFreeze 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

#4, It's the original placement intended by Atari. It basically follows the original concept art. You guys should really google some Jaguar box art. This it pretty typical. I was going for that Atari look. unfortunetly, the Jaguar art was tacky. I guess I shouldn't be so traditional?

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charlescox4 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

You saw mine and did a Jag CD. NICE! Hope you got more. I thought I'd be the only classic box art guy.

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charlescox4 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

#5, I got the same response. I like that you used all original Atari art. I like fake games though. I might try some unreleased ones

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ludditesoft 1 [ 9 years ago ]

Looks very authentic. And you were factual on most points except one. That screenshot in the corner is from the production of this game, but it is not a screen shot of actual gameplay. That was a graphic mock-up designed for the benefit of promotion etc. It's a fun game, but it's an alpha. There are not street corners with that many sprites in one place. Even on Rev. 23 of the Alpha, which is thought to the best and most playable does not have that many sprites in any outdoor setting. There are three or more in some indoor settings though. And a complete mission to do.

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ludditesoft 1 [ 9 years ago ]

#1, Jaguar was 64 bit and yes Ayron, they had ESRB ratings on many Jag games. The Jaguar ran until 1996 in the commercial world.

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vgboxking 1 [ 9 years ago ]

GREAT BOX

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fetcher 5 [ 6 years ago ]

I give this a 3/5, but it would have more better if you have used the K-A rating instead of the Everyone rating. Besides the Everyone rating didn't come out until 1998.

Edited at 6 years ago

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