Snatcher has been a very important game for me, since it was the first game I played that had such general quality. I am talking about plot, character development, sweet visuals, great music and above all, a lot of detail everywhere.
This section of Junker HQ contains Snatcher related information and images. Most of it are scans, text dumps, descriptions and translations whenever possible.
This is a complete list of all the Snatcher versions in existence thanks to Takamichi, whose help in finding the oldest and rarest ones has been invaluable and very welcome. The soundtrack collection is also complete now, and that is thanks to James from Shadow Moses, who also helped in completing the Trading Cards and finding the Official Guide. Jon Price from Devon UK also deserves a special mention, for contributing the first image of the Junker Key chain I ever saw, and that one was here at Junker for a while.
Special thanks go to Jeremy Blaustein and Scott T. Hards for the excellent translation work they made with the Sega CD version, to Kevin O'Donohue for creating the Sega CD game manual as we know it (That unique "white stripes" Sega CD design is his doing), Satoshi Yoshioka for his art, Masahiro Ikariko, Motoaki Furukawa and the Konami Kukeiha Club for the excellent music across all versions and soundtracks, and finally to the incredible work of Kojima and the development staff.
You should also read the Liner Notes translation for each of the soundtracks, since they contain lots of inside information on the development of Snatcher and Kojima's team during the creation of the game.
Hai no Majutsushi
|RC 765||A Mahjong game that includes a Snatcher as a playable character, amongst other Konami stars including Pentarou, Goemon, Simon Belmont and a Moai.|
|1996||Neo Kobe 2045 Speed King|
|SLPM 86013||There are several Snatcher and Kojima Game references present in this game.|
|2004||Metal Gear Ac!d||There are 3 Snatcher character cards in the game.|
|2005||Metal Gear Solid 4||There are several references to Snatcher in the Metal Gear Solid 4 TGS trailer, including Metal Gear Mk II and the Neo Kobe Mark|
|1989||Snatcher "Radio Play"|
|276A-7713||Track List||Liner Notes Translation|
|1989||Snatcher "Radio Play" Tape|
|230T-3713||Track List||Liner Notes Translation|
|1990||Perfect Selection Snatcher & SD Snatcher|
|1992||Snatcher Sound Clip|
|Track List||Released along|
|1992||SCC Memorial Series Snatcher Joint Disk|
ＳＣＣメモリアル・シリーズ スナッチャー ‐ジョイントディスク‐
|KICA-7607~9 (LC053~55)||Track List||Liner Notes Translation|
|1992||The Syber Punk Adventure Snatcher Zoom Tracks|
|KICA-7610||Track List||Liner Notes Translation|
|1993||Snatcher "Radio Play"|
|KICA-2308||Track List||Liner Notes Translation|
|1994||Snatcher MIDI Power ver 5.0|
|1995||Perfect Selection Snatcher BATTLE|
|1998||Snatcher >> Policenauts Kojima Hideo Kantokusakuhin Ongakushu Black a.k.a. Kojima Black|
小島秀夫監督作品 音楽集 黒盤
|1998||The Cyber Punk Adventure Snatcher Zoom Tracks|
(Konami O-TA-KA-RA Game Music Collection)
|KICA-7906||Track List||Liner Notes Translation|
|1990||Konami Special Music Golden Treasure Chest 1991|
|KICA-9005~8||Contains a song titled "Hitomi ga Mitai/Theme of Snatcher" |
瞳が見たい／スナッチャーのテーム Track 1 CD1s
It also came with a small calendar which has Snatcher, SD-Snatcher and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake art.
|1994||Winbee Neo Cinema Club 2 ~Paradise~ |
ウインビーのネオシネマ倶楽部２ パラダイス編, アレンジ
|KICA-7642||Track List||Contains a version of "Theme Of Katharine (Part 2)"|
Track 8 "Summer-Colored Dream (Snatcher)"
|1995||Winbee Neo Cinema Club 3 ~Tokimeki~ |
|KICA-7674||Track List||Contains a version of "Theme Of Ending"|
Track 5 "Forever Blue (Snatcher)"
|1995||Midi Power Pro Best Selection|
ミディ パワープロ ベスト・セレクション
|KICA-7670||Track List||Contains a floppy disk with three Snatcher MIDI files, and three tracks from the Snatcher MIDI Power ver 5.0 (View track list for details)|
|1997||Kukeiha Club & Konami Kukeiha Club BEST Vol. 1|
矩形波倶楽部&コナミ矩形波倶楽部ＢＥＳＴ ＶＯＬ １
|KICA-7820||Track List||Contains two tracks form The Cyber Punk Adventure Snatcher Zoom Tracks|
|2000||beatmania Club MIX Original Soundtrack||AICT 1227-1228||Includes a track called "SNATCHER [Dual vacuum Mix]" that has some sax tunes from "One Night in Neo Kobe City"|
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