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Posted on 02-02-17 09:41:28 PM (last edited by rabidabid at 03-05-17 05:52:20 PM) Link | Quote
So somebody posted a thread on NeoGAF a few days ago where they uploaded a ton of video footage they took from the very first E3 show. The video is 3.5 hours long and includes the full confrences from Sega/Sony/Nintendo (they're pretty dull... especially Nintendo's, yeesh). The show floor stuff starts midway through at 1:36:26.

Video link here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op5EkC7GbxQ

The capture ain't perfect. The video/audio glitches out for a second every couple minutes. Also it seems to have been cropped for widescreen. But it's still pretty clean and high quality all things considered.

But there's footage from tons of games shown in those last 2 hours... plenty of unfinished and unreleased stuff. I went through and painstakingly timestamped all the off-screen game footage focused on. Sooo... have fun...



1:39:36 - Secret of Evermore ("work in progress" "5/10/95 5:36:19 PM")(many debug features enabled, map select thoroughly used, quite unfinished)
1:51:29 - Chrono Trigger
1:54:53 - Robotech: Crystal Dreams (unreleased N64 game) (trailer footage)
1:55:45 - Lobo (very glitchy looking)
1:56:13 - Castlevania Dracula X (very basic unfinished title screen)
1:57:56 - Lunar: Eternal Blue (trailer footage)
2:03:18 - Earthworm Jim 2
2:03:59 - Lunar: Eternal Blue (demo footage?)
2:04:39 - Sega Rally Championship

2:05:45 - Killer Instinct
2:11:06 - Donkey Kong Country 2 ("wow this is only 20% done") (different title screen with some elaborate animation -- see this little Twitter exchange between the devs related to it) (animal crates and the end targets don't work yet)
2:17:06 - Earthbound
2:18:00 - Comanche (unreleased SNES game)
2:21:09 - Chrono Trigger
2:23:26 - King Arthur & the Knights of Justice
2:26:16 - Ninja Gaiden Trilogy
2:26:33 - Super Turrican 2

2:29:00 - Street Fighter II (GB on SGB)
3:29:38 - Donkey Kong Land (GB on SGB)
2:30:18 - Killer Instinct (GB on SGB) (different SGB border)
2:30:46 - Centipede/Millipede (GB on SGB)
2:32:19 - Asteroids/Missile Command (GB on SGB)
2:32:44 - Galaga/Galaxian (GB on SGB)
2:33:24 - Galactic Pinball
2:33:46 - (Unreleased Virtual Boy racing game?)
2:34:20 - Galaga/Galaxian (GB on SGB)
2:34:27 - Teleroboxer
2:34:53 - Virtual Boy Wario Land

2:35:15 - FX Fighter
2:36:37 - Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (SNES)
3:37:05 - Solar Eclipse (Saturn)
2:37:25 - Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (PS)
2:37:39 - Total Eclipse (PS)
2:38:02 - Ballz: The Director's Cut (3DO)
2:38:25 - Head-On Soccer (SNES)
2:38:48 - Skeleton Krew
2:39:00 - Head-On Soccer (Genesis)
2:39:22 - Slam 'n Jam '95
2:39:49 - Super Burnout

2:40:14 - Namco booth - misc. PlayStation stuff (Starblade Alpha, Cyber Sled, Ridge Racer, etc.)

2:42:52 - Vectorman
2:43:26 - Comix Zone
2:44:09 - The Adventures of Batman & Robin
2:44:47 - Nightmare Circus (unreleased)
2:45:26 - Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
2:46:30 - Garfield: Caught in the Act
2:46:53 - Gran Chaser

2:47:40 - Thea Realm Fighters (unreleased)
2:47:55 - Ultra Vortek (presented as "Ultra Vortex")
2:48:40 - WeaponLord (SNES)

2:49:10 - PlayStation promo videos

2:50:32 - FIFA Soccer 96 (Saturn)
2:51:04 - Japan Professional Football League (3DO) (a J.League game...?)
2:51:26 - (rail shooter game I don't recognize) (SNES)
2:51:40 - NFL Quarterback Club 96 (SNES)
2:52:10 - Revolution X (Genesis)
2:52:31 - Foreman For Real (SNES)
2:52:43 - Judge Dredd (SNES)
2:53:14 - Super Turrican 2

2:55:29 - PlayStation promo video
2:58:43 - Mortal Kombat 3
3:00:53 - NBA Jam: Tournament Edition
3:01:12 - Viewpoint
3:03:15 - Syndicate Wars
3:03:28 - Darkstalkers
3:04:17 - WipeOut
3:04:58 - Lemmings 3D (controls screen with "E3 DEMO" tile background)
3:06:54 - Destruction Derby

3:07:05 - Ultra 64 prototype console, cartridge

3:12:46 - D (trailer video)

3:15:06 - Donkey Kong Country 2

3:18:36 - The 11th Hour (PS) (unreleased?)

3:19:38 - Sonic CD (PC)
3:19:57 - Daytona USA (8 cabinet link)
3:20:30 - Virtua Racing (Saturn)
3:21:39 - Virtua Cop (Saturn)
3:22:01 - Clockwork Knight
3:22:14 - Bug!
3:22:41 - (hockey game I don't recognize)
3:23:04 - Rayman (Saturn)
3:23:15 - Astal
3:24:27 - Street Fighter: The Movie (Saturn)
3:24:45 - Riglordsaga

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Posted on 03-05-17 02:13:32 PM Link | Quote
Thanks for posting this. The Dracula X title screen is completely different. Also the MK3 PS1 timestamp is about 10 minutes off.
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Posted on 03-05-17 05:52:40 PM Link | Quote
Whoops, fixed it.
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Posted on 03-12-17 09:44:24 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by MooMilk
Thanks for posting this. The Dracula X title screen is completely different. Also the MK3 PS1 timestamp is about 10 minutes off.



It looks like they just took the one from the PC Engine version and slapped it on there. I wonder if SNES Dracula X was supposed to be more like the PC Engine one but as they had to take more and more out they changed the title screen to differentiate it.
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