This aptly named Tuna Cutlass is from the game Skies of Arcadia on the Sega Dreamcast system as well as the remake on Gamecube. On the Dreamcast the Tuna Cutlass was originally a “joke” weapon available through DLC, however in the remake the popular weapon was included in the full version of the game.
This aptly named Tuna Cutlass is from the game Skies of Arcadia on the Sega Dreamcast system as well as the remake on Gamecube. On the Dreamcast the Tuna Cutlass was originally a “joke” weapon available through DLC, however in the remake the popular weapon was included in the full version of the game.View full post
This one has been quite hard to track down specifics on… Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers is a Japanese only console game that has appeared on the Sega Saturn and Sony Playstation. It’s a spin-off of the Megami Tensei series of RPG games, some of which were ported to the US. This is apparently the third most popular RPG series in Japan, after Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. From what I’ve gathered it is a about a group of Hackers who find some sort of demon-summoning gun in a virtual city. It seems to have some sort of pokemon-style system of demon summons, which is where this fellow comes in:
This is “Tuna“. He is a demon from some sort of expansion set called “Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Demon Compendium Vol. 2“. This is the best illustration I can find of him, haven’t been able to find an in-game screenshot of him so far.
I can’t find any other details on this guy, but who needs details? He’s a demon, his name is Tuna, he looks like a fish… All I can say is bad ass!
I did manage to find an in-game shot of this guy in the battle set-up screen:
While this is not gaming related, we here at TunaGaming.com are passionate about our mission to catalog Tuna and Fish related games, and we feel that can extend to all the Tuna related software we can find!
This is the Tuna Management Simulator, a tool that supports the fisheries of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission from the Oceanic Fisheries Program of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.
Basically it just lets you simulate tuna population growth in various regions around the world. Completely useless, but so is this website, so it fits in well!
When I was but a wee young Tuna, my dad first introduced me to PC gaming by getting my family an Atari ST1040e Desktop. One of those old 80′s desktops that had a magnetic-tape drive instead of a hard drive, loaded the OS on to a miniscule amount of RAM, and all your games and programs ran off of disks.
As it turns out creating this website drudged up some long forgotten memories of mine about this crazy fish-related game I played as a kid called “Robocod”. Well, you gotta love Google because two seconds later I had screenshots and a Wikipedia article to get my memories flowing; I had been thinking of James Pond 2: Codename Robocod(wikipedia).
I spent a ton of time as a kid playing this crazy game. And how awesome is this Cod? He’s BOTH James Bond and Robocop, you can’t beat that. The game involves you battling some evil dude, and somehow penguins are involved… I don’t really remember too many of the details after all these years
The crazy part is it seems that this game was really popular, being ported to tons of different systems back in the day, and with some more modern ports as well.
Anyone else ever play this crazy game as a kid?
I found this game doing a Google search for “Tuna Gaming” just to see if anything else came up. It’s pretty much what it claims to be. Catch Tuna, avoid electric eels, pwn the AI. Full of win. Can be found at http://www.freeplaynow.com/online-games/play/2036/trapatuna.html and is supposedly from the flash game developer iskullgames.com.