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Spawn: In the Demon's Hand is a licensed action-adventure game developed and published by Capcom for the Dreamcast and Arcade, released on February 1, 2000 in North America. It is based on the Spawn comic book series created by Todd McFarlane and produced by Image Comics. Critics judge this as the best Spawn game, although it did not achieve high rates in Gamespot and IGN, especially due to camera and AI problems. A port was planned for the PS2 as a launch title, but it was later canceled.

StoryEdit

Al Simmons was a military operative who was murdered by his superior, Jason Wynn, and sent to Hell for his previous work as an assassin. Five years after his death, Simmons makes a deal with the demon Malebolgia to resurrect him from death as a hellspawn so that he could see his wife, Wanda, again. However, he soon finds out that his wife, in the five years that he was dead, had married his best friend, Terry Fitzgerald.

Gameplay Edit


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CreditsEdit

Dreamcast Version [Staff]Edit

Director
The committees of 18

Visual Effects Design: Haruo Murata

CG Design

Main Design: Ma
Modelling Design: Kouki Kita, Akito Mogi, Kazunori Nakanishi
Motion Design: Hisashi Kanie
Background Design: Souji Takamori, Atsushi Mishima
High Quality Modeling & Special Effects Design: Masaki Tanaka

Music Design

Music Compose: Yuki Iwai, Anarchy-Takapon, Isao Abe
Sound Effects: Hiroaki Kondo
Mastering: Kazuya Takimoto
Sound Promotion: Yoshinori Ono
Opening Song

[Rip It Up]
  • Lyrics by: Michael Foster
  • Music by: Yuki Iwai
  • Adapted by: James Yauk
  • Performed by: Crank Shaft
  • Michael Foster - Vocals
  • James Yauk - Guitar
  • Rob Stiteler - Drums
  • Rafael Moreira - Bass & Guitar Solo

Ending Song

[Dress is Torn]
Crank Shaft
Voice

Spawn, Dark Ages Spawn, Brimstone: Maurice Dean Wint
Malebolgia, Admonisher, Overtkill, Curse: Tony Daniels
Sam: Rob Cowan
Twitch: Don Dickinson
Jessica-P: Erin McMurtry
Violator: Shawn Sullivan
Cogliostro: Philip Shepherd
Redeemer: Alec McClure
Clown: John Stocker
Tiffany: Alyson Court
Grace: Sadie Leblanc

Software Program

Main Program: Morimichi Suzuki
Game Program: Yuichi Ueda
Player Program: Nobushige Takaki
Stage Program: Satoshi Ito
Special Effects Program: Masaru Kanai
3D System Program: Kazunobu Takamatsu
Movie Design: Masaki Tanaka, Hiroyuki Irie, Takahiro Mizutani

Special Thanks: Shinichi Ueyama, Takashi Syono, Takeshi Tezuka, Sheila Egger, Carmen Bryant, Deborah Marvin, Hidetoshi Ishizawa, Takeshi Taniguchi, Mikio Ueda, Nate Williams, Takuya Shiraiwa, Katsuya Akitomo, Takaki Fukushima, Erik Suzuki, Manabu Takemura, Su Chol Lee, Oni-Suzuki, Nuki & Jyo, Mitsuaki Araki, Hiroshi Nakaya, Shinichiro Komizu, Tsutomo Ikai, Takashi Fujimoto, Naoko Haruki, and All Capcom Staff
Test Play: Hiroshi Motoyama, Masahiro Ikegawa, Kouji Fujii, Toshiko Naohara, Youko Fujikawa, Takaya Esaka, Tomoyuki Okabe, Hirokazu Kamada, Yoshihiro Saitou, Yoshito Tanaka, Yousuke Chibatou, Takamichi Ohta, Takashi Nishikawa, Hirokazu Hidezima, Sanae Wakahara, Shingo Iwai, Atsushi Ohta, Tomoki Matsui, Tatsuya Yoshida, Teruyuki Aoki, Masaru Iwao, Shintarou Kawahara, Hisashi Kitou, Keiichirou Satou, Sachiko Suzuki, Katsuo Tsukahara, Yasuo Hirota, Takashi Asano, Shinya Mori, Takashi Nakashima, Manami Nagao, Keiko Satou, Takamichi Nunome, Teruhiko Mizutani, Yuichi Tanimoto, Kenji Ishihara, Naoto Yamamoto, Yayoi Nomura, Tomonao Watanabe, Yusuke Sakidara, Sakumu Ikawa, nosetake, Kazumitsu Nakae, Shoji Araki, Atsushi Kaitani, Masatoshi Inuino, Terumasa Iwaki, Kouki Mori, Minako Murakami, Naoto Okazaki, Yuichi Tomita, Tatsuya Yanagisawa
JEA: Richard Privman, Yumiko Miyano
Tokyo Marui
Producer: Kenji Kataoka
General Producer: Noritaka Funamizu
Executive Producer: Yoshiki Okamoto

Todd McFarlane Entertainment

Executive Producers: Terry Fitzgerald, T. McFarlane
Presented by: Capcom

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