RE: [stella] Tombstones and such...

Subject: RE: [stella] Tombstones and such...
From: "Video Game Fever" <jeffa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 11:33:01 -0500
Hey guys.  I don't say much, but I read everything you talk about.  I've
missed some of this thread, but I think you're talking about Death Race for
the NES, right?

If so, the game was released by American Game Carts and was not "officially
licensed" by Nintendo.  For that reason, I doubt that they were restrained
by Nintendo's criteria for violence.

It shouldn't be too hard to find a ROM for it if you don't have it.

Jeff Arensmeyer   o?o

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Subject: Re: [stella] Tombstones and such...

In a message dated 8/24/01 11:51:27 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
cybpunks2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

<< There are two ports I know of, one for the NES, another for the Vic20 on
 tape.  I don't know if the Vic20 is a real port or just shares the same
name. >>

I'm not even too sure that the NES game is a real port. Think of the
complaints against the game, and then ask yourself if Nintendo would have
allowed such a release. We're talking here about a company that didn't even
allow the words "kill" and "destroy."

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