The History of Undercover Cops アンダーカバーコップス Arcade documentary - jadeusgames.com

The History of Undercover Cops アンダーカバーコップス Arcade documentary

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The history of the fantastic three player brawler from IREM

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  1. You have to do Violent Storm at some point.

  2. Good point, Patman, that these cops are hardly undercover as they beat everything up onscreen! A fun game with unique visuals and combat. Lifting the pillars and objects is nice. Some similarities with Streets of Rage 2. Great review of this classic Irem game. Irem also made Squoon I think. Thanks Patman!

  3. "Fatso"?! How dare you! I'll let you know that I have a gland problem!

    Oh, you meant the boss character. Never mind..😳😜😂🤪😂

  4. Love it when you show us an arcade game I've never heard of. Reminds me of being in the arcade and seeing a brand new game.

  5. lol That jumping butt attack is straight out of Women's Joshi Wrestling

  6. Yeah, this game is synonymous of "underrated", it deserves much more attention that it initially got. So much respect for Irem!

  7. Great video! You should do a documentary about the Data East hidden gem: Night Slashers! 😄

  8. Irem is what konami is today.
    Pachinko machines.😂

  9. Never played it maybe it's on mame.

  10. Game companies always sexualized
    Their female fighters in beat em ups.
    Look at blaze from streets of rage.

  11. So the heroes were cannibals as well?😂
    Eating live pigs and roosters like WTF?

  12. The butt attack is also in other games
    As well.
    Soul Calibur etc.
    Mostly used by female ninjas.

  13. I never expect a "laugh out loud" moment and yet you deliver one in almost every video. Thank you!😅

  14. Even as a single dad of 4, beat em ups are constantly played in this household.

  15. Another wicked awesome review of an undercover gem of a beat em up!

  16. Undercover Cops looks killer for me to play. 😀👍🎮

  17. The police truck taking Crayborn away at the end. Reminds me of something. 6 wheeled vehicle, can jump, also by Irem…

  18. Patman you are an absolute treasure. Thank you for everything you do for us.

  19. PatmanQC kinda quote

    "The graphics in this game are exceptional and well done by luminaries in the video game industry and by the way my wife is a cum dumpster…."

  20. Love the deep dive into games. This one stood out for me for it's art style and sexiness including the Fatso who lures you in with bawling her eyes out, then attacks. Fun, though a bit clunkier to control compared to more popular beat-em-ups imo.

  21. I definitely played this in MAME format and loved it! I also was a huge fan of Rosa, but that's mainly from being a fan of female characters in games, like Blaze in Streets of Rage.

  22. Never even seen this one. Great video as always.

  23. I love this game, there arent enough videos about it.

  24. Great video on an underrated game!

    Also:
    12:40 So that's the fate of the protagonist of Kung-Fu Master…

  25. Top game! I wish the Rosa sprite looked more like the artwork. Keep up the great work PatmanQC!

  26. LMAO 18:59 – A real life SJW from the year 2043, and it looks like they'll still be doing the "Trump won" scream on their knees HAHAHA

  27. it's called "The Bump" not "bahn poo" it's a basic disco dance move. Learn to read, please. It's Rosa Fermond and she does The Bump.

  28. 9:50 sounds awfully a lot like Streets
    of rage first stage.

  29. 11:03 like how they made it look
    Like the bad guy's try to graffiti
    Over cops.😂

  30. This was ok but Final Fight was more popular in Australia

  31. For someone who planned to nuke a city, surely the doctor should get more than jail time…

  32. Before Undercover Cops Irem released Blade Master – nice Golden Axe clone. Check it. 😊

  33. Glad to played this game in an arcade, it was at a small local in Valencia, Venezuela with 3 machines: Samsho2, a rainbow version of sf2 and this one, I knew about the snes version trought the Club Nintendo magazine but never came out, good memories…

    Saludos!

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