Chocobo de Battle [Arcade? – Tech Demo / Unreleased]

Chocobo de Battle [Arcade? – Tech Demo / Unreleased]

Choboco is a chicken-like creature but taller than it, that apeared in many FF in the FF series, such as FFX or X-2. There was a game called Choboco De Battle, developed by official SquareSoft L.A. This was considered a first game that release for Arcade, and a best graphic ever with range of polygon from 8 million to 80 million per second. That because it was used a Sig Onyx 2 workstation. The last time we seen it, is was at Sig 1997, running on a Onyx 2c without a coin-slot, and with a computer CRT screen. The game was cancelled for unknown reason, some rumor said that because they want to focus to the future of home console rather than develop it on a arcade using other technology. Now we wait until someone leak the ROM!

Thanks to tchristian for the description!



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3 thoughts on “Chocobo de Battle [Arcade? – Tech Demo / Unreleased]

  1. Kratos

    The technology used to play it is interesting at least, but the game makes no sense… Chocobo shooting missiles? o-o

  2. Bacent

    It kinda looks like what led up to the chocobo stuff in FFX or something, since it only came out a couple of years before X did

    But that’s just me

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