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Japanese title: ドクターハウザー
Release date: 4/29/1994
Publisher: Panasonic
Developer: Riverhillsoft
Platform: 3DO

It’s not Halloween…but here’s a video on a horror game…and not just any horror game, but one of the first in the genre…and as far as “firsts” go, this was one of the first horror games, the first fully polygonal 3D action horror game, and I believe the first 3D game to feature cel-shaded graphics–Panasonic and Riverhillsoft’s Doctor Hauzer for the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.

HUGE THANKS goes to the following two people in the making of this episode. First, to my boy, Andy Haden, the PC nerd behind the DOS-based gaming channel, Retro Island Gaming, since he helped me get footage for Alone in the Dark, and is just a beautiful man. Second, to Tiago Pereira dos Santa Silva, for his support on Patreon and requesting a video on this game, which if you’ll believe it, I actually planned on covering just days before his request!

Andrew’s channel: http://www.youtube.com/Zzasko

My Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/importgamingftw

Thank you to all my viewers and Patreon supporters.

Import Gaming FTW! playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0s7JveB6kdW0rXdX0aZVHLvaBGSjxSNG

Gameplay was captured using the Elgato Game Capture HD, and video/audio was edited using Sony Movie Studio Platinum Suite, Version 12.

Other games featured are Biohazard: Director’s Cut Dual Shock Edition (Capcom, PS1) and Alone in the Dark (Infogrames, MS-DOS/PC).

All music used was taken from the games featured, with additional tracks used from Resident Evil (Capcom, PS1), Biohazard: revelations (Capcom, Switch), Alone in the Dark (Infogrames, MS-DOS), and Sweet Home (Capcom, Famicom).

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