@db-81 awesome thanks! yeah the backside would be great as well!
Here are the pics. I also added the controller, and the cover of the manual.
Sorry for the size. I wanted to make sure the details were clear.
If there is anything else you'd like. Just let me know!
I can't believe I didn't know about the different Sewer Sharks. Though now that I've seen 'em I do believe I learned that years ago when I didn't give a damn about it, and thus I forgot. But it's nice (in a sense) to know I still have something left to scrounge up.
And if we're getting nitpicky then we should say there are four insert variations for Lunar - since disk 7 has the blue dot (all four of my copies are the partially foiled variety with said blue dot by the proof of purchase - a variant of a variant if we want to be silly).
Also, I've seen the original red box Night Trap with and without the MA-17 sticker - similar to Rise of the Dragon. In fact, I just checked, and both versions are up on eBay at the moment.
Hurray for stickers!!!
You guys are really thorough. I love this thread.
Crap do I really need another fricken Night Trap
I did, just up and said F-it and got it over with. Now maybe I can get back to the business of getting the last 20 or so games I need. I'd really like to get a complete JVC X'eye as well
This is the second variant (fully foiled) - in my collection this comes with the even disks 2,4 and 6 (though I can't confirm that as absolute decree).
This is the third variant (partially foiled) - in my collection this comes with the odd disks 3,5 and 7(ish - we'll get to that with the 4th). Again, I can't confirm that as decree.
This is the fourth variant (partially foiled, as previous, but with the blue dot to the right of the proof of purchase) - only comes with disk 7. All four copies of my disk 7 are exactly as pictured below.
I hope this clears up all confusion about the Lunar inserts. Though it would be nice to confirm for arts 2-6 if they do come with specific inserts (like my even/odd combination), or if those five are just random and my set is pure coincidence. But we can't really do that without opening up sealed ones, unless we get confirmations from people who bought it new and never swapped parts.
Otherwise, I hope you enjoy the giant pictures. After staring at them while writing this up I realized that this is quite a beautiful insert - a most appealing combination of colors.
right so I was reading through an interview with Victor Ireland and in the middle part of the interview the interviewer (Zach Meston) said "Apparently, you released eight different versions of Lunar: The Silver Star, with different CD artwork on each."
Victor mentioned that the last disc art variation was the one with the blue dot. However he also states "However, most of the units out there now are either art 7 or 8."
Which leads me to ask why are there only 7 disc art variations accounted for? Am I misunderstanding something here?
He was probably mistaken by the leading question. I'm sure if the guy would have said, "you released nine versions..." that Ireland would have responded with, "... either art 8 or 9." You can be certain that there are only seven discs. The fact is that he said the final one has the blue dot, and that dot certainly comes with disc seven. And they only ever showed seven arts on their website. Again, it was just a slip brought about by the context of the question.
NOTE: I like how we've started to just replicate our posts for this topic here and at SegaAge.
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