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  1. Phillyman

    EGM2 Issue 38

    Features: Highlights of E3 - Every last ding-dang scrap of info the editors could cram between the covers, guaranteed to set your mouth to 'Salivate' and your heart to 'Explode'! Tekken 3 Revealed! - You thought this arcade game's secrets had been torn apart and revealed in their entirety? You ain't seen nothing yet, chumps. Tricks of the Trade: Top Tricks - The best codes ever printed for the best games of the 16- and 32-bit eras make an encore appearance in this special feature. Departments: Insert Coin: Let the Games Begin...! - The EGM2 editorial force descends upon E3 with a vengeance. None emerged unscathed. Gamers' Forum - Your chance to talk to the editors Interface - Letters to the Editor What If? - Bizarre scenarios and situations submitted by readers. Trash Talk - Need a little help dishing out the insults? Try some of these reader-submitted pieces of tactical abuse. Q&A - The monthly feedback column. EGM2 asks, you get to answer. Letter Art - People draw things on envelopes. Top of the World - Readers and editors weigh in on their top games, arcade titles, pinball tables, and more. High Scores - Beat the editors and win cool prizes. This month's challenge: land more than 165 hits on the Corneria stage in StarFox 64. Game Over - Spoiling the dickens out of Wild Arms by revealing the ending. What's Next? - New issues of EGM and EGM2 are only a few weeks away, and with them come coverage of Tomb Raider II, Final Fantasy VII, GoldenEye: 007, and so much more. Tricks of the Trade: Thunder Truck Rally (PS1) Robo Pit (SAT) Tiger Shark (PS1) Ten Pin Ally (PS1) Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition (PS1) Machine Head (PS1) Rush Hour (PS1) Robotron X (PS1) Iron Man / X-O Manowar (PS1) Machine Head (SAT) Star Wars: Shadow of the Empire (N64) Codename: Tenka (PS1) Die Hard Trilogy (PS1) TNN Hardcore 4x4 (PS1) GameShark Codes: Descent Maximum (PS1) Hexen (PS1) MechWarrior II (PS1) Norse By Norsewest (PS1) Need For Speed 2 (PS1) Psychic Force (PS1) Overblood (PS1) Rage Racer (PS1) Rush Hour (PS1) Contra (SAT) Crypt Killer (SAT) Doom (SAT) Fighters Megamix (SAT) MechWarrior II (SAT) Norse By Norsewest (SAT) Powerslave (SAT) Legend of Oasis (SAT) Tunnel B1 (SAT) Battle Monsters (SAT) Strategies: Ogre Battle (PS1) Shining the Holy Ark (SAT) WarCraft II (PS1/SAT) Syndicate Wars (PS1) Swagman (PS1/SAT) Tekken 3 (ARC) International Superstar Soccer 64 (N64) / Goal Storm '97 (PS1) Ads (in order of appearance): Fighting Force (PS1) Grand Tour Racing '98 (PS1) NFL Quarterback Club '98 (PS1) / NHL Breakaway '98 (PS1) International Superstar Soccer 64 (N64) Sports Video Games / Ultimate Guide to Fighting Games 1997 Edition / EGM's Player's Guide to Video Games for the Nintendo 64 Machine Hunter (PS1) World Series Baseball '98 (SAT) Wild Arms (PS1) Eidos PlayStation Games - Fighting Force / Deathtrap Dungeon / Tomb Raider 2 Deathtrap Dungeon (PS1) Alps Interactive Game Pad for PlayStation Clay Fighters 63 1/3 (N64) GoldenEye 007 (N64) Final Fantasy VII (PS1) Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee (PS1) Manga Video releases - Street Fighter II V, Ghost in the Shell, and Ninja Scroll Jersey Devil (PS1) Thunder Truck Rally (PS1) Steel Reign (PS1) Namco Museum Vol. 4 (PS1) Clock Tower (PS1) Sega Ages (SAT) Raystorm (PS1) Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean (SAT) Ogre Battle (PS1) Gex: Enter the Gecko (PS1/PC) Akuji the Heartless (PS1) Battle Arena Toshinden 3 (PS1) NAKI Red Sight Laser Target System light gun F1 Pole Position 64 (N64) Dynasty Warriors (PS1) Dark Rift (N64/PC) Tecmo PlayStation games - Monster Rancher / Tecmo Stackers / Dead or Alive / Tecmo's Deception VR Baseball '97 (PS1/PC) ID4: Independence Day sweepstakes Chips & Bits, Inc. VideoGameSpot.com BRE Software Win the Ultimate Gaming Rig contest Tommo, Inc. Herc's Adventures (PS1/SAT) Mega Man 8 (PS1) Notable Stuff: The cover art shown for Fighting Force and Tomb Raider II in the Eidos Games ad is preliminary, and was changed for the final releases. The dominatrix-themed ad for Deathtrap Dungeon shown in this issue (and several other magazines of the period) resulted in a huge outcry from parents for sexually-suggestive imagery in a magazine aimed mostly at children and teenagers. The Clock Tower ad is designed to look like an actual review on first glance. From Software did a similar sneaky thing with its King's Field ads. The art guy forgot to make the white background of the Dracula artwork for Castlevania: Symphony of the Night on page 91 transparent. Because of this, it completely wipes out a chunk of three different screenshots, as well as the words 'The Night' in the game's title. Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi is one of the "Big 15" games of E3. By the time it comes out, it will be reviled as one of the worst Star Wars games ever created by every reviewer of the day, save for GamePro's Scary Larry.
  2. Authors: William H. Keith, Jr. and Nina Barton ISBN: 9781566862882 264 pages $19.99

    © 1997, Brady Publishing

  3. Author: Adobe Systems, Incorporated ISBN: 1568303173
  4. Author: Andy Rathbone ISBN: 0764501291
  5. Authors: Bud Smith & Arthur Bebak ISBN: 0764501143
  6. Author: Faithe Wempen ISBN: 0789710226
  7. kitsunebi

    Game Boy Gallery 2 (Japan)

    Game Boy Gallery was developed by Tose and published by Nintendo in Japan on the Game Boy. Outside of Japan, it was remade for the Game Boy Color and titled Game & Watch Gallery 2 It features five original Game & Watch games from the 1980's plus five re-mixed versions featuring a cast of characters from the Mario world: Parachute Helmet Chef Vermin Donkey Kong Released: (JP) September 27, 1997
  8. kitsunebi

    Top Gear Rally (Japan)

    Top Gear Rally is a racing game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Boss Game Studios and published by Kotobuki System Co. in Japan and Midway in the USA. Released: (JP) December 5, 1997 (NA) October 1997
  9. Hiryu no Ken Twin is a fighting game for the N64 developed and published in Japan by Culture Brain. It was released in the US as Flying Dragon Released: (JP) December 18, 1997 (NA) July 31, 1998
  10. kitsunebi

    64 Ōzumō (Japan)

    64 Ōzumō is a sumo wrestling game for the N64 developed and published in exclusively in Japan by Bottom Up Interactive.3 Released: November 28, 1997
  11. Adventure platformer released outside of Japan as Abe's Oddysee Released: NA / PAL: September 19, 1997 JP: December 11, 1997
  12. kitsunebi

    Mobile Suit Z Gundam (Japan)

    3D action shooter not released outside of Japan Released: December 11, 1997
  13. kitsunebi

    Serofans (Japan)

    A collection of 12 games designed to evoke classic arcade games (aka a collection of new "retro" games), not released outside of Japan Released: December 11, 1997
  14. kitsunebi

    RPG Tsukuuru 3 (Japan)

    This was released as RPG Maker in the US. The word "tsukuuru" in the title is a portmanteau of the words "sukuuru" (school) and "tsukuru" (to make). Released: JP: November 27, 1997 NA: August 15, 2000
  15. kitsunebi

    Photo Genic (Japan)

    dating sim not released outside of Japan Released: December 18, 1997
  16. kitsunebi

    Soulmaster (Japan)

    A board game from KOEI featuring RPG battles, not released outside of Japan Released: November 20, 1997
  17. kitsunebi

    Mad Panic Coaster (Japan)

    An action game resembling a series of 3D minecart levels. Not released outside of Japan. Released: November 20, 1997
  18. kitsunebi

    Tomba! (Ore! Tomba) (Japan)

    Side-scrolling platformer Released: JP: December 25, 1997 NA: June 30, 1998 PAL: September 4, 1998
  19. Board/mini games (not released outside of Japan): DX Jinsei Game II - The Game of Life Released: July 24, 1997 DX Jinsei Game - The Game of Life Released: March 22, 1996 DX Okuman Chouja Game - The Money Battle Released: December 26, 1996
  20. kitsunebi

    Carom Shot & Studio P(Japan)

    Carom Shot: Billiards game (not released outside of Japan) Released April 27, 1997 Studio P: Puzzle game (not released outside of Japan) Released: August 23, 1996
  21. kitsunebi

    Community Pom (Japan)

    Action RPG (not released outside of Japan) Released: October 30, 1997
  22. kitsunebi

    Neorude 2 (Japan)

    Point and click adventure with RPG-style turn-based battles (not released outside of Japan) Released: November 20, 1997
  23. Train simulation from Taito (not released outside of Japan) Released: December 18,1997 Also featured: Side by Side Special - a racing game (not released outside of Japan) - released: December 4, 1997 Magical Date - Doki Doki Kokuhaku Daisakusen - dating/minigames (not released outside of Japan) - released: November 20, 1997 Puzzle Bobble 3 DX - puzzle game released in North America as Bust-a-Move '99 - released: JP: November 6,1997 NA: February 28,1999
  24. Business construction/strategy sim with the goal of designing and operating a successful chain of convenience stores (not released outside of Japan) Released: December 18,1997
  25. RPG from Right Stuff not released outside of Japan Released: December 25, 1997
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