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Talk:The Town With No Name

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Revisional Differences?

There's two well-known longplays of the game on YouTube, and the seem to display some audio differences. The most widely known of the versions seen here features the remixed western music, and in the sequence where you get laid with the Bartender's daughter, there is (deliberately bad) romantic music with a singer scat-singing. The other longplay, featured here, features a more dramatic opening, and during the sequence where you get laid, there are some... odd sounds, presumably being made by The Man With No Name and the Bartender's daughter. However, I can't find heads or tails as to why there's seemingly two different versions of the game. If someone can look into this, please be my guest. Camwoodstock (talk) 19:40, 23 March 2020 (UTC)

The first longplay linked is from the original CD-TV version, and the other is from the PC port. It's in the title of both videos, but it's hard to tell them apart from just gameplay, as there are no differences at all other than the audio mentioned. I'll investigate about this further. --DyNamo1828 (talk) 16:56, 2 May 2020 (UTC)