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Cosmic Carnage
Year released1994
System(s)Sega 32X
Japanese titleサイバー乱闘
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB Teen
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Cosmic Carnage is a fighting game developed by Givro and published by Sega in 1994 for the Sega 32X. The game is a galactic-fighting at several planets, very likely Galaxy Fight, but it's totally different, Sega would make the same as Mortal Kombat by having lots of blood and gore and fatalities are not complex to execute, very likely Samurai Shodown.

When the game was released in Japan, it was known as Cyber Brawl and changed all character names (except for Naruto), also, Cylic, Zena-Lan, and Naruto were all changed into humans for Cyber Brawl.


On the US/Europe versions:

Light years away, in an uncharted star system, an incident of epic proportions has occurred.

The banished crew of an intergalactic prison barge enroute to a celestial mine has overpowered their captors. During their rebellious assault, most of the ship's controls and life support systems were severely damaged.

For days, the barge drifted aimlessly through space. The renegade crew realized that their only hope was to hijack another ship. They activated a distress beacon, and managed to lure a military cruiser within their reach.

The renegades engaged their engines and smashed into the starboard side of the unsuspecting military cruiser and then boarded it. What the renegades did not anticipate was that the tremendous impact would destroy all, but one, of the escape pods.

Now, the four survivors of each ship must fight for their only chance at salvation, the last escape pod.

The Carnage Begins...

On the Japanese version:

In the distant Galaxy...

A horrible disaster occured in the world of darkness and dead silence.

Two experimental intergalactic spacecraft warped to the same coordinates; a one-in-a-million chance.

An emergency alarm broke the cold sleep of four crew members on both ships, but they were helpless. Each ship's navigation computer tried to carry out an evasive maneuver, but it was too late. Both ships were heavily damaged, and began to drift through space, side by side.

According to the report from the drive control computer, the fusion reactor was fatally damaged in the accident.

With the engines still in hyper drive, the high speed energy reaction process continued. An enormous amount of energy began to build up inside the engines. Within a few hours, the ship would explode.

To make matters worse, only one small escape pod survived; a miracle, considering the size of the accident. This time, only one will survive.

And so the Brawl begins...

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