Description of Snatcher
In 1988, Konami Industry Co. Ltd. publishes Snatcher on PC-88. Also published on SEGA CD and TurboGrafx CD, this adventure game is abandonware and is set in an anime / manga, cyberpunk / dark sci-fi, detective / mystery, shooter, christmas, japanese-style adventure, amnesia, law enforcement and quick time events.
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Brujo88 2021-06-14 0 point
I'm having trouble running the PC-88 version... I downloaded RetroArch, downloaded the Quasi88 core for the PC-8800 versions, buuuuut... when I extracted the .zip file with the game, it came out to be 5 different discs, and each one comes in 3 sepparated .zip files. It doesn't matter what disc I load in the RetroArch, nothing happens. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Plz help! I'm a huge CyberPunk fan, and I just recently discovered this title and I wanna try it (plus, I love old games, from my childhood ages, it's very nostalgic for me). TKS!
Naniyue 2020-08-22 4 points
The Sega CD version is the best out of all of them. Ignore all others, except maybe the PCE SCD one, though it's still not as good. This, along with System Shock 2, is one of the very few games to have ever genuinely scared me.
SF8083 2019-08-09 1 point SEGA CD version
The Sega CD version has bin files what do I do with it?
What should I do after I installed retroarch and the cores?
D0S81 2019-02-27 6 points
PC-88 is a computer from the 80's just like say, the MSX, and the best way to play this for those not tech savvy or who cant be harrassed fiddling with emulaors, is probably to get 'retroarch' which is free btw, once you have that on your commy, go to online update, and then update cores, which brings up a list of emulator cores, basically emulators for a lot of stuff from ZX spectrum, to gameboy to 3DS to playstation N64 etc, and yes, PC-88, once you click that core (and any other you might wanna try) and you have this game downloaded, go to load content in retroarch, search for the folder you put the game in, click it and it will ask which core you wanna use, pick PC-88 and it should work. now i havent actually tried this myself, but its how i've run pretty much everything ive wanted to emulate on retroarch from snes games, to playstation games, i just do what i described there, and away it goes. its so bloody easy, a monkey from ape escape could probably.....make a mess of it...but anyone else can use it easy. even if you download the sega cd version, retroarch has a sega cd core too.
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