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Hexen (Nintendo 64)

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Title Screen

Hexen

Developers: Software Creations
Publishers: GT Interactive (US/EU), Game Bank (JP)
Platform: Nintendo 64
Released in JP: December 18, 1997
Released in US: June 1, 1997
Released in EU: May 31, 1997?


TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

So three RPG classes walk into a bar... They don't order a drink, though, because they're spending too much time trying to find more friggin' switches!! Also they're fighting the N64 controls.

Development Map

Hexen 64-devmap1.png Hexen 64-devmap2.png

Evidence of a development map remains in the game, however it will crash when trying to start the map.

Region Differences

Hexen 64 is unique among Doom-engine games in that some actual effort went into its localization process.

Speech

Surprisingly, Software Creations actually went to the effort of redubbing Korax's threats in each language the game was released...but for some strange reason, only the Japanese level scripts were altered to let the longer lines play fully.

Number Sound(s) Quote
229 English
French
German
Japanese
GREETINGS, MORTAL
230 English
French
German
Japanese
ARE YOU READY TO DIE?
231 English
French
German
Japanese
MY SERVANTS CAN SMELL YOUR BLOOD, HUMAN
232 English
French
German
Japanese
YOU HAVE PLAYED THIS GAME TOO LONG, MORTAL...
233 English
French
German
Japanese
I THINK I SHALL REMOVE YOU FROM THE BOARD
234 English
French
German
Japanese
WORSHIP ME, AND I MAY YET BE MERCIFUL
235 English
French
German
Japanese
THEN AGAIN, MAYBE NOT
236 English
French
German
Japanese
ARE YOU STRONG ENOUGH
237 English
French
German
Japanese
TO FACE YOUR OWN MASTERS?

Sound Test Menu

International Japan
Hexen64-soundtesten.png Hexen64-soundtestjp.png

In the sound test menu, the game only displays a number for each sound effect. In the Japanese version, it also displays the sound's internal name.

Censorship

International Japan
Hexen64 DeadEttin-US.png Hexen64 DeadEttin-JP.png

The Japanese version uses green blood instead of red.