Video game historians and fans of the fox who fulfilled his pilot’s license should seal their feet: Dinosaur Planet Finally available in runable version despite some concerns.
The story is still being published by historians The forest of illusion, A group of activists dedicated to preserving Nintendo’s historical heritage. So this group bought a disk from a Swedish collector Build of Dinosaur Planet Dated December 1, 2000.
With a little twisting, our heroes of the day were able to launch this version (which seems to be particularly advanced for them), although it does warn of the presence of many visual errors (especially in shadows and lights) and depression.
Funny detail: Before switching Starbox Adventures, Dinosaur Planet It has absolutely nothing to do with space licenses with fur and feathers. At Shikeru Miyamoto’s request, the title was revoked. However, in this we can already see Fox McLeod Build Dinosaur Planet, which is a well-developed version of the project, proves that it is still necessary.
Funnily enough, we leave you with the first fifty minutes of the game captured by YouTube XCageGame.
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