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Chase H.Q., Racing, 1988



Developer: Taito Corporation

Publisher: Taito Corporation

Damageable vehicles: No

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (487)

2008-01-14 00:44

Chase HQ represents possibly my favourite coin up classic, that was stunning when it was launched in arcades in 1988. Whilst boasting similar technology to that of Outrun, Chase HQ gained significant advantages with its supreme visuals for the time and unique yet addictive premise of chasing down a criminal and ramming them into submission before the time runs out. Playing it today however proved to be an almighty task as it was relentlessy difficult, but at the time this must have been a thrilling experience. In essence, Chase HQ is likely to be the first full on car chase game - so CCF and Prowler this is our game :D...if we were stuck in the 1980s. Besides which, who can resist commandeering a police Porshce 928?

Chase HQ also spawned a number of sequels, with the official arcade sequel Special Criminal Investigation in 1989 and the apparently rare Super Chase: Criminal Termination in 1992. A SNES version was later ported as Super Chase HQ and a recent arcade remake was launched in 2006, with Chase H.Q.: Nancy Yori Kinkyuu Renraku.



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carchasesfanatic

2008-01-14 01:08

Indeed when you showed it to me on messenger i told you it had to be cool, pretty cool, sure we three would had loved it if we were from that era :p , anyway now its time to look for that arcade game i talked you about ;)

ProwlerX US (1)

2008-01-14 21:09

I think I remember playing Super Chase: Criminal Termination on a ferry one time. I recall that at the start of every mission you got a message from "Nancy" who described the criminals, their felony and their car. The only damage you were able to see was the damage of the hood and the shattered glass of your car. Great find there, SWF!

booster EU (6)

2008-01-28 16:32

Very interesting game for car chase enthusiasts :king:

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