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  • Chase H.Q. Various formats

    1. Arcade 0:41
    2. ZX Spectrum 3:12
    3. Commodore 64 5:47
    4. Amstrad 8:20
    5. Famicom 10:54
    6. Gameboy 13:12
    7. Sega Master System 15:55
    8. Game Gear 18:33
    9.Atari ST 20:14
    10. Amiga 22:44
    11. TurboGrafx 16 25:17
    12. FM Towns 27:46
    13. Sharp X68000 ( Footage by : bcc2528 ) 29:49
    14. Sega Saturn ( Sound Issues ) 32:28
    Unfortunately, the ZX Spectrum version is limited to playing only the 48K, which has some great sounds considering it's a 1-bit beeper only, but doesn't compare to the 128K version which has three-note polyphonic, sampled speech and improved sound effects. Below is a version of the 128K for better comparison.



    Thanks to Zeusdaz for publishing the 128K Spectrum game of Chase H.Q. from above and locomaniacs1hmps for the video below:

    Chase H.Q. arcade front screen

  • #2
    Stumbling through youtube on unrelated matters, I happened upon a collection of the "let's compare" theme...

    It seems the authors did a small stack of comparisons, here's a few.

    Rampage:

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    • #3
      Rampage World Tour
       

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      • #4
        Oops, I just realised the last one is all 16bit - sorry.

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        • #5
          THIS is more my thing! STAR WARS!
           

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