Zero Divide is the one you're thinking of. And what Kinesoft ported was Toshinden 2 on Windows, which to my knowledge has no additional content; DOS Toshinden 1 was ported by a different company called Digital Dialect, who also did the Windows ports of the first two Oddworlds and MGS1, as well as collaborating on Kinesoft's Windows port of Taito's Zeitgeist.
Ah yeah, Zero Divide it was. Weird game. Felt a bit like Virtua Fighter.
The Win95 port of Toshinden 2 was missing the intro and the character endings, so yeah, not much of a deluxe version of the game. Still, I was super glad for the ports these guys did; they were released at a budget price, and I only had a PC back then & was way into versus fighters.
So no Toshinden 1 connection?
Not that I know of; I was gonna say that there was a related thing with the "fatman" code as the Toshinden 1 port had the involvement of composer George Sanger aka "The Fat Man" (he did the music conversion) but as it turns out the code on Pitfall and EWJ was "hatman", which from what I know was something that originated from some games from Viacom New Media, namely Beavis and Butthead in Virtual Stupidity (which amusingly had a backwards "hatman" code) so I guess both VNM and Kinesoft shared some staff at that time.
Post by drpepperfan on Aug 26, 2017 14:52:45 GMT -5
Think this was mentioned already, but i'll say it again, just in case. The list of games says that Page 2 has a article on a game called Donald The Hero, but it's not actually there, or on any page as far as I can tell.