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This week we take a look at one of the only RPGs for the relatively RPG-free Nintendo 64. With Hybrid Heaven from Konami, a weird turn-based punch/kick/body-slamming futuristic sci-fi where aliens are looking to replace the President of the United States with some sort of replacement alien and human clone thingy. A hybrid if you will.

From this weeks entry:
Before its release in 1999 there was a lot of press coverage around Hybrid Heaven, mainly due to the studio pedigree and the fact that it was an RPG for the Nintendo 64. From the company behind Metal Gear Solid no less. This resulted in several magazine cover stories, detailed previews, monthly development updates, and hype surrounding a game that by all accounts wouldn’t have been able to garner this much attention on a competing platform. In a lot of ways its like how conservative political parties thrust their minority members into the spotlight. A person of colour in the Liberal party!? An RPG on the Nintendo 64!?

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Posted 07:42am 13/4/15
This is the game in superbad right?
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