I was browsing a manual for Die Hard Arcade online and noticed that there is a "Violence" toggle in the setting menu. I found that quite interesting, as I recently showed my young son a demo of the game from one of my Sega Flash discs. He commented that it was pretty violent, so after that I wrote it off my wanted list.
I like the aesthetics of the game, the graphics and gameplay mechanic are nice. So I'm, curious as to what/how much - will switching off that toggle actually do to the game?
Looking at getting the jp version - if I do end up putting it back on the list.
That's a interesting question. I have the japanese version for Saturn and it is a nice game indeed. the thing with the violence setting intrigues me though. The core version of the game is rather tame for action. I cannot think of anything that might have been censored wit these setting?
Maybe some over the top gore effects? Might be but I do not think that was really necessary. Besides House of the Dead I cannot remember that Sega Arcade Games very particularly gory ?