#1 Posted by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Don_Quix-ote
 
So, I was searching around for obscure games (to put into the wikis) and I came across a game called Super 
Don Quixote, and it said that it was the first game for the Universal System 1.Have you ever heard of that or is Wikipedia full of fucking shit?
 
#2 Posted by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -

No?

#3 Posted by CitizenKane (10681 posts) -

Super Don Quixote was an arcade game.  I googled "Universal System 1" and the only thing that came up was this thread.

#4 Posted by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -
@CitizenKane said:
" Super Don Quixote was an arcade game.  I googled "Universal System 1" and the only thing that came up was this thread. "
 
I thought so, I googled and got the same thing... nothing. Hmm...
#5 Posted by Novyx (483 posts) -

Read carefully. It says first AND ONLY.

#6 Posted by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -
@Novyx said:
" Read carefully. It says first AND ONLY. "
No shit, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Was it just abandoned before being put out to market? Does it even exist?
#7 Edited by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -
#8 Posted by Jeff (5270 posts) -

It's probable that US1 was a set of arcade hardware, like CPS2 or Naomi or something.

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#9 Edited by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -
#10 Posted by StarFoxA (5256 posts) -

I found this. So yeah, definitely an arcade cabinet.

#11 Posted by Jeff (5270 posts) -

No, we don't consider different arcade hardware to be platforms. We have a standard Arcade platform for that stuff. Feel free to add a Super Don Quixote page, though. 
 
(And no, we don't have separate accounts for forum stuff. At least I don't. Don't think anyone else does, either.)

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#12 Edited by ververdan0226 (1731 posts) -
@StarFoxA:  Thanks.