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Phantasm
System(s): Sega Saturn
Publisher:
Developer:
Original system(s): PC
Publisher(s) of original games: Sierra On-Line
Developer(s) of original games: Sierra On-Line
Peripherals supported: Shuttle Mouse
Genre: Adventure































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥9,800 T-36001G




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Phantasm (ファンタズム) is an adventure game originally released for Windows PCs (as Phantasmagoria in the western world). It was later ported to the Sega Saturn and released exclusively in Japan.

Phantasm is notable for shipping on 8 Saturn discs (one more than the PC version) - more than any other game in the console's library. This is because the game relies heavily on full motion video.

Production credits

  • Designed And Written by: Roberta Williams
  • Story by: Roberta Williams, Andy Hoyos
  • Director: Peter Maris
  • Producers: Mark Seibert, J.Markhood, Roberta Williams
  • Art Director: Andy Hoyos
  • Game Directors: Roberta Williams, Andy Hoyos, Mark Seibert, J.Markhood
  • Lead Programmer: Doug Oldfield
  • Musicians: Jay Usher, Mark Seibert
  • Movie Sequences Scored by: Mark Seibert
  • Opening And Closing Themes
  • Opening Theme: Consumite Furore, Written by Mark Seibert, Performed by Mark Seibert, The Csuf Concert Choir, Conducted by Dr. Gary Unruh
  • Closing Theme: Take A Stand, Written by Mark Seibert, Performed by Mark Seibert, Mike Berkowitz - Bass, Paul Thaxter - Drums, Jacqueline Goodwin - Lead Vocal
  • Both Themes recorded at Maximus and Engineered by: Jeff Hall
  • Choir On Movies: "The Esoterics"
  • Additional Music by: Neal Grandstaff, Brian Min, Jon Usher, Victor Crews
  • Quality Assurance Lead: Robin Bradley
  • Video Production: Sierra Studios
    • Video Production Supervisor: Bill Crow
    • Lighting and Camera: Randy Littlejohn
    • Assistant Lighting and Camera: Robert Ballew, Craig Denny
    • Ultimatte and Video Engineer: Robert Koeppel
    • Stage Manager: Robert Ballew
    • Property Master: Craig Denny
    • Best Boy: Chris Williams
  • Cinematographer: Gerold Wolfe
  • Video Port Production: Sierra Studios
    • Video Post Production and Visual Effects Supervisor: Bill Crow
    • Video Editing: Peter Maris
    • Additional Video Editing: Bill Crow
    • Assitant Video Editors: Robert Koeppel, Ron Lawson
    • Video Compositing and Effects: Bill Crow
    • Digital Compositing and Effects: Robert Koeppel
    • Additional Digital Art and Effects: Linda Lubken
  • 3-D Environments
    • Designed: Andy Hoyos
    • Modeled: Kronos, Kim White, Brandee Prugh, Brian Judy
  • 2-D Adaptations: Dana Moody
  • 2-D Art Coordinator: Ken Prugh
  • Sgi Animations, Renderings, And Effects: Kronos, Kim White, Brandee Prugh, Brian Judy
  • Cast
    • Adrienne Delaney: Victoria Morsell
    • Don Gordon: David Homb
    • Carno: Robert Miano
    • Marie: Taylor Bernard
    • Cyrus: Steven Bernard
    • Harriet: V.Joylee
    • Lou: Stella Stevens
    • Harv: Hoke Howell
    • Old Malcolm: Douglas Seale
    • Young Malcolm: Devon Myers
    • Ethel: Lilyan Chauvin
    • Hortencia: Christine Armond
    • Victoria: Holley Chant
    • Regina: Wanda Smith
    • Leonora: Dana Moody
    • Mike: Karl Neimiec
    • Bob: Geoff Pryser
    • Gaston: Jeff Rector
    • The Flip Card Machine Emcee: Josh Mandel
    • The Himt Keeper: Greg Belemjian
  • Kronos
    • Producer: Stanley Liu
    • Art Direction: Albert Co
    • Entity Modeling and Animation: Albert Co
    • 3D Motion Control Composites: Francis Co
    • CG Modelers / Animators: Stanley Liu, Albert Co, Francis Co, Mohammed Davoudian, Lisa Kim, Dallas Good, Andy Koo, Darrek Rosen
    • Software Support: James T. Tomasko
  • Art And Video Post Production: Dana Moody, Darvin Atkeson, Maria Fruehe, Desie Hartman, Robin Braze-Phanco, Travis Leonard, Ken Prugh, Daryle Smith, Frankie Powell, Richard Powell, Don Waller, Tony Hernandez, Paul Trowe, Barry Smith
  • Animation Editing: Ken Prugh, Travis Leonard, Daryle Smith, Robin Braze-Phanco
  • Programmers: Doug Oldfield, Dave Artis, Vana Baker, Adam Bentley, Chris Carr, Carlos Escodar, Bryan Waters
  • Additional Programming: Sean Mooney, Steve Conrad, Michael Lytton, Kerry Sergent, J.Markhood
  • System Programmers: Larry Scott, Ed Critchlow, Dan Foy, Ken Koch, Jay Lee, Terry Mchenry, Chris Smith, Greg Tomko-Pavia, Mark Wilden, Mathieu-Marciacq
  • Qa Configuration Testing: Michael D. Jones, Steve Deckert, John Cunney, Sharon Simmons, Douglas Wheeler, Jhon Trauger, Lynne Dayton, John Ratcliffe, Bill Davis Jr., Roger Clendenning, Scott Howell, Mike Pickhinke, Jillian Leonard, Matthew Ross, Leonard Salas, Marsha Mccarty, Cindy Romero, Paul Trowe
  • Additional Qa: Robin Bradley, Dan Woolard, Mike Brosius, Joe Carper, Dan Peters, Mark Mackay, Scott Coventon, Michael Chong, Scott Multer
  • Offsite Qa: Dave Steele, Dynamix, Gary Stevens, Dynamix, Andrew Binder, Dynamix, Scott Gilbert, Dynamix, Dan Hinds, Dynamix, John Wolf, Dynamix, Pctest Incorporated
  • Beta Test And Coordination: Gary Brown, Technical Support/Beta, Beth Quintana, Technical Support/Beta, Paul Trowe, Beta Tester Tracking
  • Audio/Foley/Sfx: Rick Spurgeon, Kelli Spurgeon, Brian Min, Victor Crews, Mark Seibert
  • Latin Translations: Bruce Thornton
  • Audio DNR: Maximus Studios
  • Additional Audio: Tim Loucks, Maria Fruehe, Desi Hartman, Daryle Smith, Bill Davis Jr., Jay Usher
  • Documentation Design
    • Design: Julie Collinge
    • Design: Lori Lucia
    • Copy: Susan Frischer
    • Copy: Aimee Macdonald
  • Movie Special Effects: The Character Shop
  • Animals Handled by: Worldwide Movie Animals
  • Motion Control: Mccloud Productions
  • Makeup Artist: Cindy Jordan
  • Costume Designer: Roberta Williams
  • Movie Audio: Macdonald Recording
  • Movie Sequence Post Production: Darvin Atkeson
  • Casting Agencies: Rothfield, Ryan And Roth Bressler And Associates
  • Casting Directors: Peter Maris, Mark Seibert
  • Special thanks to: Chris Braymen, Steve Conrad, Neil Matz, Sean Mooney, Robin Kleeman, Sunny Maris, Micrografx For Picture Publisher, Fresno Flats Historical Society, Jerry Bowerman, Craig Alexander, Cyndi Wharton, Portions Copyright 1993-1995, Sci Tech Softwave, (TM) & (C) 1995 Sierra On-Line, Inc
Sega Saturn
  • Executive Producer: Yutaka Takano
  • Project Producer: Jimmy. H. Nakamura
  • Director: Naomi Mizuno, Narumi Kuris, Tamio Takenaka
  • Voice Actor: Fumika Suzuki, Keiichi Nanba, Shinji Ogawa, Mami Koyama, Tetsuo Sakaguchi, Kozo Shioya, Takeshi Aono, Yuko Sumitomo, Keiko Yamamoto, Yousuke Akimoto, Nana Yamaguchi
  • Programmer: Y.Murasawa, Shinji Iseki, Hideki Mitomi
  • Designer: Koji Kurita, Youichi Masuyama
  • Sound
    • Sound Director: Shigeaki Irie
    • Composer: Kouichi Hiroki
    • Sound Programmer: Norihiko Togashi
    • Video Sound Editor: Masami Komuro
    • PHANTASM IMAGE SONG Traitor: Heath
  • Special Thanks: Sierra Pioneer Inc., U A I , Inc, U 2, Plus Agency, Accel Advertising, Big X, Tsudoh Creative Office, NTT Learning Systems Corporation, NTT Media Lab, Toei Chemical Industry Digital Tech, Waver Sound Co., Ltd., Akiko Nobukuni, Kazuyuki Matsuno, Makoto Kamiya, Takao Kawaguchi, Yoko Ono
(C)1997 Outrigger Corporation
(C)1997 Infini Entertainment Technology Inc.
Source: In-game credits


Magazine articles

Main article: Phantasm/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Phantasm Saturn JP Flyer.pdf

PDF
Flyer

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
63 More...[1]
67 More...Media:SnGwSISDRZK Book JP.pdf[2]
Sega Saturn
65
Based on
2 reviews

Saturn, JP (cover)
Phantasm Saturn JP Box Back.jpgNospine-small.pngPhantasm Saturn JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
Saturn, JP (Discs 1-4)
Phantasm Saturn JP Box Front 1-4.jpg
Cover
Saturn, JP (Discs 5-8)
Phantasm Saturn JP Box Front 5-8.jpg
Cover

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
368,692,464 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 1) V1.001
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
408,636,480 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 2) V1.001
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
494,484,480 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 3) V1.001
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
462,085,680 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 4) V1.001
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
397,304,544 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 5) V1.001
Sega Saturn
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
547,388,016 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 6) V1.002
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
372,836,688 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 7) V1.001
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
494,900,784 CD-ROM (JP) T-36001G (Disc 8) V1.001

References