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Cadillacs and Dinosaurs / Cadillacs: Kyouryuu Shinseiki

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TitleCadillacs and Dinosaurs /
Cadillacs: Kyouryuu Shinseiki
ComposerIsao Abe, Syun Nishigaki, Kiyoko Yamada
SystemCP System Dash
Sound ChipsQSound
Playing time47:11
Pack authorThe Green Herring
Pack version1.50
Last Update2016-08-04

Pack author's comment
My twenty-second submission! The second CP System Dash game to released and also the second to get a pack here after [pack] The Punisher, this game also happens to be a beat-'em-up based on a comic book, specifically on Mark Schultz's Xenozoic Tales (popularly called Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, the name of the first trade paperback). Whereas The Punisher was based on a gritty crime drama (at least in spirit), Cadillacs and Dinosaurs is a pulp-influenced tale of high adventure in a world where humans and dinosaurs once again coexist and our heroes fight to protect what's left of the environment from those who seek to harm it for personal gain. This extends to the soundtrack, which is fast-paced to match the gameplay with electric guitar shredding almost everywhere. The QSound chip once again brings this out better than it would have on the CP System, and this pack is overall recommended listening.
Last edited by The Golden Horse on 2014-09-20, 0:03:46, edited 2 times in total.

Post by The Golden Horse »

Just edited the text file slightly to add the listed Japanese name as is the usual protocol. Please redownload (oops!).

Post by GTheGuardian »

I noticed that the m3u Playlist happens to have error:

"13 In the Forest of Poachers (Stage 2-1, 6-2).vgz" should be "13 In the Poachers' Forest (Stage 2-1, 6-2).vgz"

Post by The Golden Horse »

It's now been corrected. Please redownload.
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Post by ctr »

The "Name Entry" song (says Unused in the track notes) is used in the Japanese version, at least. (During the character profiles in attract mode, and also name entry after the continue screen).
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