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Super Chase HQ, Racing, 1993



Developer: Taito

Publisher: Taito

Damageable vehicles: Yes

Tracks or places: ?

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2008-02-07 00:08

Super Chase HQ was a port of the successful Chase HQ series launched on the SNES and Nintendo system. However, unlike other ports, Super Chase HQ was more akin to Super Chase: Criminal Termination due to its first person perspective. This port faired fairly well with its colourful graphics and addictive gameplay, but the sound effects paled in comparison to the arcade versions. The Porsche 928 reprises its role however, although its exterior is never seen during gameplay unfortunately.

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