|ドキュメント||誤字||仮承認||未処理||2016-02-03 07:49||2017-08-19 04:26|
|セット||gunlock, rayforcej, rayforce, dariusgx, dariuse, futaribl, lightbr, dungeonm, dungeonmu, lightbrj|
dariuse - ダライアス エキストラバージョン (日本版)
dariusgx - ダライアス外伝 -シルバーホーク エクストラバージョン- (Ver 2.7J 1995/03/06) [Official Hack]
futaribl - 虫姫さま ふたり ブラックレーベル (2009/11/27 INTERNATIONAL BL)
gunlock - レイフォース / Gunlock (Ver 2.3O 1994/01/20)
rayforce - レイフォース (Ver 2.3A 1994/01/20)
rayforcej - レイフォース (Ver 2.3J 1994/01/20)
|概 要||Incorrect year|
|詳 細||Here's one that's made itself even more apparent recently. For the longest time, this has been referred to as a 1993 game, even though the game itself says it was completed in 1994 and all Japanese sources say 1994 (because English sources frequently use MAME as a source). At some point, the program dates for some Taito games were added to the display name, making this all the more apparent.|
Darius Gaiden Extra Version is similar. The program date has 1995, yet it's listed as a 1994 release. Also, I'm not really sure we need the "Official Hack" badge, it's a bit of an oxymoron. It's no more of a "hack" than any other version of any other game.
Darius Extra Version is also similar. Extra Version was a revised edition of the game based on player feedback, and is generally known as a 1987 release. It simply couldn't have been released in 1986, as the original game was released so late into 1986 (likely late December) that pretty much all print material relating to Darius was written in 1987.
Finally, we have Mushihimesama Futari Black Label Another Ver., another case of clear program date. At worst, it might have been released in 2010 somehow.
edit: Light Bringer. I wonder just how many of these there are.