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TAZ EXPRESS
Regional Title Taz Express
Publisher Infogrames
Developer Zedtwo
Release Date
GamePak ID NTXP
GamePak Region ID NOE
Nintendo Of Europe
CIC Lockout Type
PCB Type
ROM Size 96 Mbit
ROM Revision 1.0
Game Type Platform
Game Language
Players 1
Multiplayer Mode No
Cartridge Rarity Not Rated
Save Option Cartridge (Built-In)
EEPROM 4KB
ControllerPak Unknown
ControllerPak Manager No
RumblePak Yes
ExpansionPak No
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BOX FRONT
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BOX BACK
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MANUAL
Box ID
Box Barcode
Box Rarity Not Rated
Manual ID
Manual Rarity Not Rated
Poster Unknown
Registration Card Unknown
Precaution Leaflet Unknown
Other Unknown
ADITIONAL INFORMATION
Work on this game was started on 1 February 1997, the release however didn't happen until year 2000. An American release was also planned and the NTSC version was completed, but for some reason it was never released.

The Pickford Brothers wrote the following on their website.

A character licensed game on the N64 developed by Zed Two for Infogrames.

Originally Vampire Circus, signed to Ocean as a two-project deal along with Wetrix, our new paymasters insisted we completely redesign the game to become one of a raft of Warner Bros character games they were developing, based around the long-term license they'd just purchased at great expense.

Thus instantly sucking our fledgling studio - formed in order to develop interesting, fun, original video games instead of dull licensed shelf-fillers - back into the miserable factory development world we were trying to escape.

Both PAL and NTSC versions were completed, but only the European version was ever released, for some reason.

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