User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Arrange mode: let's play dress-up.
Pre-game warning. Though, given the reputation of zombie related media, one wonders if it's really necessary.
The slightly different title screen.
I always end up playing the girl for some reason.
The next set of frames should have clearly shown that dismembered arm. But due to a mix up at Capcom, the old censored scene was put back in the game instead.
That must have been how gamers reacted too.
And so the slightly different nightmare begins again!
Japanese title screen
Only the French and German releases got the uncut, color intro.
(French intro) Dead bodies instead of newspaper headlines.
(French intro) The severed hand.
(French intro) Dog's eye pops out when shot.
(French intro) Joseph's death is graphically shown.
(French intro) Fast, shaky cuts of gore and dog attacks.
(French intro) A few camera pans over dead Joseph and his wounds.
(French intro) The cast bolts for the mansion, shooting all the way.
(French intro) Color closeups of the dogs in pursuit.
(French intro) Snouts get blown off and blood jets from wounds.
(French intro) Chris smokes, cut from the original release.
Chris' Arrange Mode gear.
Jill's new Arrange Mode look.
Jill's gun in Arrange Mode is a silver "custom" Beretta.
The custom Beretta has a random chance to one-hit kill standard zombies.
New camera angles appear throughout the arrange mode.
It's Forrest... he's been pecked to death by.. WAAAUGH! HE'S A ZOMBIE THIS TIME!
More of a shock than a challenge.
That didn't happen before!
Rebecca's new costume
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