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* DuelingWorks: The first game with Eidos' ''Fighting Force'' (1997) for [=PS1=]/N64/Windows, both of which were 3D beat-'em-up pioneers. ''Fighting Force'' was originally conceived as the fourth ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'' game, but Sega declined their proposal, which forced the developer to scrap the idea as well as planned Saturn port.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to license issues, it's very unlikely that the ''Die Hard''-fied western version will receive re-release by any chance. Also, ''Dynamite Deka EX'' was only distributed at the Japanese arcades, with the Asian Dynamite version receives limited release in Asia.

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* DuelingWorks: The first game with Eidos' ''Fighting Force'' (1997) for [=PS1=]/N64/Windows, both of which were 3D beat-'em-up pioneers. ''Fighting Force'' was originally conceived as the fourth ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'' game, but Sega declined their proposal, which forced the developer to scrap the idea as well as planned Saturn port.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to license issues, it's very unlikely that the ''Die Hard''-fied western version will receive re-release by any chance. Also, ''Dynamite Deka EX'' was only distributed at the Japanese arcades, with the Asian Dynamite version receives limited release in Asia.
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to license issues, it's very unlikely that the ''Die Hard''-fied western version will receive re-release by any chance. Also, ''Dynamite Deka EX'' was only distributed at the Japanese arcades.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to license issues, it's very unlikely that the ''Die Hard''-fied western version will receive re-release by any chance. Also, ''Dynamite Deka EX'' was only distributed at the Japanese arcades.arcades, with the Asian Dynamite version receives limited release in Asia.

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* DuelingWorks: The first game with Eidos' ''Fighting Force'' (1997) for [=PS1=]/N64/Windows, both of which were 3D beat-'em-up pioneers. ''Fighting Force'' was originally conceived as the fourth ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'' game, but Sega declined their proposal, which forced the developer to scrap the idea as well as planned Saturn port.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to license issues, it's very unlikely that the ''Die Hard''-fied western version will receive re-release by any chance. Also, ''Dynamite Deka EX'' was only distributed at the Japanese arcades.

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