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#1 Edited by EberKain (42 posts) -

#2 Posted by NTM (7324 posts) -

One's Dragon Ball Z obviously, another is a game based off of a Batman movie; looks like the Val Kilmer one, and the third is a Jackie Chan game, and the only one I know of is Stuntmaster. I don't know for sure, but it's not that hard to find out with very little searching on Google. Why does this matter to you?

#3 Edited by Stealthmaster86 (642 posts) -

Dragon Ball Z

Batman Forever 2

Jackie Chan's Milk Stunt Expo

#4 Posted by ch3burashka (5037 posts) -

This seems like a spam post, or something explicitly prohibited by forum rules... @mb?

#5 Edited by SexyToad (2760 posts) -

@eberkain: That Jackie Chan disc is odd. It's actually a poster image.

Would a legitimate game use (or even be allowed) to use the image as a disc cover?

This seems like a spam post, or something explicitly prohibited by forum rules... @mb?

or just someone who forgot/was lazy to link an image?

#6 Edited by EberKain (42 posts) -

I posted from my iPad and there was no way to link an image.

I searched extensively for what these games were, the Dragon Ball Z game just has asian writing on it, and the batman game has some kind of indian writing. And there was one Jackie Chan game on PS2, and that is not the disc for it.

#7 Edited by mosespippy (4106 posts) -

The Dragon Ball disc looks like a PS1 disc. Looking over Wikipedia's list of PS1 games, there was only one Dragon Ball Z game from Bandai; Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu.

I remember a PS2 martial arts game at my local rental shop that was based on some movie star. Not sure it was Jackie Chan though. Know for sure it wasn't Jackie Chan Adventures.

#8 Edited by believer258 (11776 posts) -

@eberkain said:

I posted from my iPad and there was no way to link an image.

I searched extensively for what these games were, the Dragon Ball Z game just has asian writing on it, and the batman game has some kind of indian writing. And there was one Jackie Chan game on PS2, and that is not the disc for it.

I'd be willing to bet that's Japanese characters.

These look like bootlegs.

#9 Posted by ShaggE (6403 posts) -
#10 Edited by villainy (554 posts) -
#11 Posted by ShaggE (6403 posts) -

@villainy: Ha! A follow, for sure. Well played, sir!

(incidentally, I never actually owned Dilbert's Desktop Games... that's a damn fine piece of CD-ROM art)

#12 Edited by villainy (554 posts) -

@shagge: Sure was an oddly specific call out since that disc was in a book roughly 5 ft. away from me while I clean out a closet. Giant Bomb is a weird place! I'm going to go make sure you're not hanging out on my balcony now.

#13 Posted by ShaggE (6403 posts) -

@villainy said:

@shagge: Sure was an oddly specific call out since that disc was in a book roughly 5 ft. away from me while I clean out a closet. Giant Bomb is a weird place! I'm going to go make sure you're not hanging out on my balcony now.

As often as I mention obscure 90s PC games, it was only a matter of time, haha. Well, the balcony thing helped too...