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Anybody know what games used this intro?

Discussion in 'General Sega Discussion' started by Afro Thunder, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. Afro Thunder

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGGm5TEyx54

    For those who don't know about this screen (And I don't blame you if you don't), this intro was custom made for mature-rated games for the Saturn (and supposedly the Mega-CD as well) in the North American region to"warn" players about adult content.

    What I wan't to know is what other games used this intro. So far, the only games I know that use it are Duke Nukem 3D and Eternal Champions: Challenge From the Dark Side.
     
  2. Vangar

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    I don't even remember seeing this on my copy of Duke Nukem 3d =/
     
  3. TmEE

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    I think EU versions don't have such intro, my Duke definitely does not.
     
  4. dsrb

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    Not Australia or Europe.
     
  5. doc eggfan

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    It's very cryptic. "Deep Water?"
     
  6. Afro Thunder

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    It's the name for the custom game rating by SoA, and (I could be wrong about this) the divison of SEGA that developed M and Adult Only games at the time.

    could also be a refrence to Jaws, but meh :P
     
  7. Black Squirrel

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    I don't think there are more than two.


    Sega are big fans of self-regulation - they still slap little logos on games they deem too "violent" in Japan, despite the CERO rating system covering it