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    Default Biohazard (PS) promo video in Japanese CSG TV-Game Collection [VHS / 1996]


    UPDATE: Above is a re-upload of the Resident Evil CSG 1996 footage I uploaded in 2012, but at a higher frame-rate and quality. We can see some of the live-action cutscenes in more fluid motion now. A brief write-up of the clip can be found on my Patreon, Video Basement, which I released this under: https://www.patreon.com/posts/29044944

    This particular footage of BioHazard (PS) was originally included on the December 1995 PlayStation version of Street Fighter Zero as a trailer for the game. The difference here being in higher quality, plus it includes the game's live-action scenes in a clearer, full frame-rate. Plus a clearer, rudimentary version of the inappropriately catchy Japanese theme song "Yume de Owarasenai," can be heard. The pre-release build shown in this footage is apparently from the October 1995 beta of the game.

    I recently purchased a VHS tape from an eBay seller in Japan called CSG TV-Game Collection '96. CSG features lots of old Japanese Super Famicom, Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn, NeoGeo CD, PC-FX (and I think, 3DO) games from that era of gaming. The games featured come from many various Japanese game developers that you can probably think of, including Capcom, Sega, Konami, NEC, MediaWorks, Game Arts, Takara, Tomy, and much, much more. Biohazard was featured in the tape.

    The VHS tape was just delivered to my residence this past Saturday, I'm now in the process of ripping the entire VHS cassette. If you are looking for me to confirm certain games from certain developer, I can report them here. Now, I can't personally list every single game on this video tape for catalog reference off the bat as there are about less than a hundred games, whose titles that aren't in katakana I can't read, so you'll have to rely on the developer list shown (did I just wrote a catch-22 paragraph just now...?). I have a photo of the front label of the tape on twitter.

    Alongside Biohazard (PS), I've put up a promo of Mega Man X3 (PS1 / SS / 3DO) from the same tape, if your interested:
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    Thanks for sharing! All I can really comment is that it's not the 1995-10-04 build as there's a lot more featured in that promo than there is content contained on that disc. Unless it's a mixture of two different builds, it deffinately comes from a later part of the development.

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    very good dude!!! the song is da best!!!!!!

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    Good beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geluda View Post
    Thanks for sharing! All I can really comment is that it's not the 1995-10-04 build as there's a lot more featured in that promo than there is content contained on that disc. Unless it's a mixture of two different builds, it deffinately comes from a later part of the development.
    The builds we have are just demos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hunter View Post
    The builds we have are just demos.
    I know they are, one of which is dated October 1995. The point I was making was unless their is another build dated October 1995, this footage comes from a different part of development as the build we have.

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    Very smooth FMV, that's great! Thanks!
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    Planning to keep the tape, or will you be happy with having the rip?

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    The Yawn battle shows the alpha backgrounds, the bluish/purple ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anders View Post
    Planning to keep the tape, or will you be happy with having the rip?
    I'll be keeping the tape until I someday possess some sort of HDMI-capable VHS player (bundled with DVD, Laser Disc, or Blu-Ray) that will allow me to record 1080p (upscaled or otherwise). I ripped this tape in S-Video 480i.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OKeijiDragon View Post
    I'll be keeping the tape until I someday possess some sort of HDMI-capable VHS player (bundled with DVD, Laser Disc, or Blu-Ray) that will allow me to record 1080p (upscaled or otherwise). I ripped this tape in S-Video 480i.
    Videotapes can be recorded in High Definition without loss of quality, like Film Reels? Also it would be great if we could find the full uncensored intro with that framerate.
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    Consider this a late Christmas gift. The whole tape has been ripped and has been made available on my YouTube channel since this past Christmas. Meanwhile, I've finally completed a list of games featured in the VHS, if you want to check it out. Here's a list of games that appear:

    -Publisher-
    TIME | TITLE | PLATFORM

    -TAKARA-
    01:08 | DX Jinsei Game | PlayStation / Sega Saturn

    -NAMCO-
    03:24 | Tekken 2 | PlayStation
    04:10 | Galaxian 3 | PlayStation
    04:56 | Namco Museum VOL. 3 | PlayStation
    05:53 | Super Famista 5 | Super Famicom

    -Media Works-
    06:19 | Shin Fortune Quest: Sokutaku no Kishi | PlayStation

    -Game Arts-
    07:12 | Gungriffon: The Eurasian Conflict | Sega Saturn

    -Media Quest-
    08:08 | Sonic Wings Special | Sega Saturn / PlayStation

    -YuMEDIA-
    08:48 | ????? I don't even know what's going on in this segment, but it's a couple Mahjong games are shown for | Sega Saturn / PlayStation

    -Culture Brain-
    13:04 | Nintama Rantaro 2 | Super Famicom

    -Imagineer-
    14:00 | Melty Lancer ~Ginga Shoujo Keisatsu 2086~ | PlayStation

    -Riverhill Soft-
    14:40 | Hyper 3D Taisen Battle Gebockers | Sega Saturn

    -TECMO-
    15:21 | Kokumeikan (Tecmo's Deception: Invitation to Darkness) | PlayStation

    -Shogakukan Production-
    16:44 | Tsuri Baka Nisshi | PlayStation
    17:00 | Ranma 1/2 Battle Renaissance | PlayStation
    17:15 | Kekkon ~Marriage~ | PlayStation

    -SUNSOFT-
    17:47 | Albert Oddessy Gaiden ~Legend of Eldean~ | Sega Saturn
    18:12 | Galaxy Fight ~Universal Warriors~ | PlayStation
    18:37 | O-Chan no Oekaki Logic 2 | PlayStation

    -CRI-
    19:27 | 2nd Arukotoha Sando-R | Sega Saturn

    -SETA-
    19:59 | 蛭子能収の大穴競艇 (Can't find name translation) | PlayStation
    21:09 | パチンコ大好き (Also can't find translation; Also, the footage shows that the game may have gone through a name change) | PlayStation

    -Epoch-
    21:40 | J.League Excite Stage '96 | Super Famicom

    -Kadokawa Shoten Publishing-
    22:50 | Lunar: Silver Star Story | Sega Saturn

    -Banpresto-
    23:45 | Megatudo 2096 | PlayStation
    25:00 | Super Robot Wars Gaiden: Masou Kishin The Lord Of Elemental | Super Famicom

    -CAPCOM-
    26:30 | BIOHAZARD (Resident Evil) | PlayStation
    28:15 | Rockman X3 (Mega Man X3) | PlayStation / Sega Saturn / 3DO
    29:00 | Tenchi o Kurau 2: Sekiheki no Tatakai (Warriors of Fate) | PlayStation / Sega Saturn

    -TOMY-
    29:58 | Akazukin Chacha | Super Famicom

    -Compile-
    30:50 | Super Puyo Puyo Tsu Remix | Super Famicom

    -Sega Enterprises-
    34:16 | Neon Genesis Evangelion: 1st Impression | Sega Saturn
    35:00 | World Advanced Daisenryaku ~Sakusen File~ | Sega Saturn
    35:50 | Dragon Force | Sega Saturn
    36:50 | Victory Goal '96 | Sega Saturn
    37:53 | Panzar Dragoon II: Zwei | Sega Saturn
    38:50 | Ryouri no Tetsujin ~Kitchen Stadium Tour~ | Sega Saturn

    -Athena-
    39:29 | Pro Mahjong Kiwame S | Sega Saturn
    39:44 | Ring of Sias | PlayStation

    -Saurus-
    40:14 | Stakes Winner: GI | Neo Geo CD
    40:30 | FUTSAL | Neo Geo CD
    40:45 | Chotetsu Brikinger (Ironclad) | Neo Geo CD
    40:50 | Shinouken (Ragnagard) | Neo Geo CD

    -Taito-
    41:11 | Tokyo Shadow | PlayStation
    41:36 | Puzzle Bobble 2 | PlayStation
    42:08 | Chaos Seed: Fusui Kairoki | Super Famicom

    -Atlas-
    43:01 | DonPachi | Sega Saturn

    -Media Ring-
    43:41 | Zero4 Champ RR-Z | Super Famicom

    -Tonkin House-
    44:21 | ? ? ? ? | PlayStation
    44:38 | Cat the Ripper - 13-ninme no Tanteishi | PlayStation

    -Pioneer LDC-
    45:13 | 『NOL』 NOT DiGITAL | PlayStation

    -Shouei System-
    45:53 | HEIWA Pachinko World 3 | Super Famicom

    -I'MAX-
    46:33 | The Sorcerer Hunters | Sega Saturn
    47:03 | Cyber Doll | Sega Saturn

    -Konami-
    47:44 | Hyper Olympic in Atlanta | PlayStation

    -Pai-
    50:53 | Great Adventure Daiboken | Sega Saturn

    -Data East-
    51:34 | Suiko Enbu: Fuuun Saiki | Sega Saturn
    52:14 | Creature Shock | PlayStation
    52:54 | Wizardry VI & VII ~Complete~ | Sega Saturn

    -Climax-
    53:37 | Dark Savior | Sega Saturn

    -Jaleco-
    54:54 | Idol Janshi Suchibai II Limited | PlayStation
    55:21 | Slam Dragon | PlayStation
    55:37 | Turfwind '96: Take Yutaka Kyousouba Ikusei Game| PlayStation / Sega Saturn

    -Yanoman-
    56:04 | FEDA Remake! ~Emblem of Justice~ | PlayStation / Sega Saturn

    -Victor Entertainment-
    57:14 | Sea Bass Fishing | Sega Saturn
    57:30 | ThunderHawk II | Sega Saturn
    57:44 | Classic Road | PlayStation

    -Hudson Soft-
    58:24 | J.League '96 Dream Stadium | Super Famicom
    58:54 | Super Bomberman 4 | Super Famicom
    59:25 | Daikaijuu Monogatari II | Super Famicom
    59:55 | Same Game | Super Famicom
    1:00:22 | DoReMi Fantasy: Milon no Doki Doki Daibouken | Super Famicom
    1:00:35 | Earth Light: Luna Strike | Super Famicom
    1:00:50 | Kuso Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy | Sega Saturn
    1:01:05 | Galaxy Fraulein Yuna FX | PC-FX

    -ASMIK-
    1:01:30 | Sid Meier's Civilization | PlayStation

    -NEC Home Electronics-
    1:02:57 | Miraculum: The Last Revelation | PC-FX
    1:03:12 | Ojosama Sosamo (Debutante Detective Corps) | PC-FX
    1:03:27 | Der Langrisser FX (Warsong) | PC-FX
    1:03:42 | Voice Paradise | PC-FX
    1:03:57 | Anime Freak FX Vol.3 | PC-FX

    -ASCii Soft-
    1:04:47 | Jikuu Tantei DD: Maboroshi no Lorelei | PlayStation / Sega Saturn
    1:05:07 | Sound Novel Tsukuru | Super Famicom
    1:05:17 | Best Shot Pro Golf | Super Famicom
    1:05:27 | Wizardry Gaiden IV (Wizardry VI: Bane of the Cosmic Forge) | Super Famicom
    1:05:37 | Tower Dream | Super Famicom
    1:05:57 | Mini Stallion (Tentative; Could this be an early version of Mini Yonku Shining Scorpion?) | Super Famicom

    -Naxat Soft-
    1:06:22 | Killing Zone | PlayStation
    1:06:31 | Actua Soccer | PlayStation
    1:06:40 | Actua Golf | PlayStation

    -Acclaim-
    1:07:01 | NFL Quarterback Club '96 | Sega Saturn / PlayStation

    -Pack-in-Video-
    1:07:42 | Umi no Nushi Tsuri | Super Famicom
    1:07:53 | Monstania | Super Famicom
    1:08:01 | Bokujo Monogatari (Harvest Moon) | Super Famicom

    -Virgin Interactive Entertainment-
    1:08:24 | GHEN WAR | PlayStation

    -King Records-
    1:08:47 | Fishing Koshien | Sega Saturn

    -IncrementP-
    1:09:27 | ??? | Sega Saturn
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    Wow, thanks man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geluda View Post
    I know they are, one of which is dated October 1995. The point I was making was unless their is another build dated October 1995, this footage comes from a different part of development as the build we have.
    Maybe they made those demo versions with intent of using those to send for testing/reviews to the game magazines..... and both those early alphas actually came from full builds or close to full.

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    Thank you very much for this, OKeijiDragon. I saw a low quality version of the Biohazard segment some years ago, it's nice to have the full VHS to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkdog View Post
    Maybe they made those demo versions with intent of using those to send for testing/reviews to the game magazines..... and both those early alphas actually came from full builds or close to full.
    I think the builds were designed for the likes of the V-Jump presentation and then were sent out to demo in other countries. From what I can tell the builds we got were for Capcom USA or something as along with the discs pictured there are documents written in English giving an overview of the alpha, with a brief outline of the story and the controls etc.

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    So I re-ripped footage of that CSG trailer of BIO1 that had better quality live-action scenes I uploaded in 2012.
    It would seem that said scenes were originally recorded at a higher frame-rate. They look like quite good.
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