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A selection of Western-developed games released in Japan - ports of Japanese games

Sega Ages: Galaxy Force II (Saturn, 1998) [JAPANESE EXCLUSIVE]
PUBLISHER(S): Sega / DEVELOPER(S): Appaloosa Interactive / ORIGINAL BY: Sega AM2

Sky Target (Saturn/Windows, 1997) (Windows version was a JP exclusive)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Sega / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Sega / DEVELOPER(S): Appaloosa Interactive / ORIGINAL BY: Sega AM1

Super Baseball 2020 [2020 Nen Super Baseball] (Genesis, 1994)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Electronic Arts / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Electronic Arts Victor / DEVELOPER(S): NuFX / ORIGINAL BY: SNK, Pallas

OutRun 2 (Xbox, 2005)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Sega (EU), Microsoft (US) / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Sega / DEVELOPER(S): Sumo Digital / ORIGINAL BY: Sega AM2

Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper] (Game Boy Advance, 2002)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Capcom (US), Ubisoft (EU) / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Capcom / DEVELOPER(S): Crawfish Interactive / ORIGINAL BY: Capcom

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors [Vampire: The Night Warriors] (PlayStation, 1996)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Capcom (US), Virgin Interactive (EU) / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Capcom / DEVELOPER(S): Psygnosis / ORIGINAL BY: Capcom

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams (Game Boy Color, 2001)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Capcom (US), Virgin Interactive (EU) / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Capcom / DEVELOPER(S): Crawfish Interactive / ORIGINAL BY: Capcom

Manx TT Superbike (Saturn/Windows, 1997)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Sega / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Sega / DEVELOPER(S): Psygnosis, Tantalus, Perfect Entertainment / ORIGINAL BY: Sega AM3

The House of the Dead (Saturn/Windows, 1998)
ORIGINAL PUBLISHER(S): Sega / JAPANESE PUBLISHER(S): Sega / DEVELOPER(S): Tantalus / ORIGINAL BY: Sega AM1

Yes, strangely enough the Alpha 1 port was released there under the English name.

A small piece of trivia: Tantalus were recently responsible for another conversion of an originally Japanese-made game, that being The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD.

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The crowd play is behind us, that means must have taken some (non-spoilery) pics, right?

The first picture shows us how will the main menu look like.

In the second picture we see episode slides for some of the episodes. The first slide is actually one of the first screenshots Telltale released of the game. Needless to say it’s flipped this time.

In the second slide Bruce is witnessing his parents’ murder. Third slide portrays unknown character, who also appeared in the recent trailer. No idea who he might be, but he’s probably new character created by Telltale (or not?). What do you guys think?

And in the slide for Episode 4 I think I see glimpse of Gordon, but I’m not quite sure.