Thread: "Section Z"

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    • 11 years 11 months ago
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    I remember the game "Section Z". It was a video game produced by Capcom back in 1987. It was about Captain Commando, who must defeat L-Brain holed up in Fortress Balangool. There are 59 sections, three levels in all and one great ending. I remember the first time I defeated L-Brain in section 59, which was the final boss. I used all of the energy capsules so that it wouldn't get hit. I use a shield and a mega buster to defeat the boss before watching this great ending. The music at the end of the game was sounded like a music box being played. Captain Commando was headed out of Balangool and head straight to home. That was the first time I've seen this ending in "Section Z". Anybody remember that game?
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      You're in luck my friend, because not only it was an 8-bit version, but it's part of Capcom's Classics Collection for the PS2. The info about the arcade version can be found here
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        • 11 years 11 months ago
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        Quote by Nintendofan
        You're in luck my friend, because not only it was an 8-bit version, but it's part of Capcom's Classics Collection for the PS2. The info about the arcade version can be found here


        My brother has the "Capcom Classics Collection" for PS2. It only has the arcade version of "Section Z" (not the 8-bit NES version). The NES version is way better than the arcade version as found on its Capcom collection.
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          Quote by musicradio77
          Quote by Nintendofan
          You're in luck my friend, because not only it was an 8-bit version, but it's part of Capcom's Classics Collection for the PS2. The info about the arcade version can be found here


          My brother has the "Capcom Classics Collection" for PS2. It only has the arcade version of "Section Z" (not the 8-bit NES version). The NES version is way better than the arcade version as found on its Capcom collection.


          In 1997, I played the 8-bit version once or twice. But I haven't played the arcade version yet.
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