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Psycho Fox

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Psycho Fox
System(s): Sega Master System
Publisher:
Developer:
Genre: Action































Release Date RRP Code
Sega Master System
US
$29.95[1] 7032
Sega Master System
UK
£24.95[3][4] 7032
Sega Master System
FR
?F 7032
Sega Master System
DE
DM ? 7032
Sega Master System
ES
?Ptas 7032
Sega Master System
BR
R$? ?
Sega Master System
KR
₩?




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Psycho Fox is a Sega Master System game developed by VIC Tokai and published by Sega in 1989. It is a platform game, starring Psycho Fox who must rid the land of an evil god named Madfox Daimyojin.

Psycho Fox is second in a line of similar platformers by VIC Tokai, succeeding the 1988 Famicom release of Kakefu Kimi no Jump Tengoku: Speed Jigoku (released in the West in 1990 as Kid Kool and the Quest for the Seven Wonder Herbs), and predeceeding the 1990 Sega Mega Drive game, Magical Hat no Buttobi Turbo! Daibouken (which was extensively reworked to become Decap Attack when released in the West).

Due to a typo, some European cartridges are labeled as "Psyco Fox". In Brazil the game was re-released in 1995 with graphical changes as Sapo Xulé Vs Os Invasores do Brejo.

Production credits

  • Character Designer: Dark Side Toshi
  • Sub-Character Designer: Peetan Yamaguchi
  • Programmer: Blushed Machiya, Cheeked Shotaro
  • Map Designer: Monkey Naochan
  • Data Puncher: Big Nose Ohkawa
  • Sound Editor: Mr.Question
  • Responsible Person: Big Foot Shijoh
  • Director: Professor Toshi
  • Producer: The Rich Man
  • Produced by: SEGA
Source: In-game credits


Magazine articles

Main article: Psycho Fox/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

CVG UK 100.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Computer & Video Games (UK) #100: "March 1990" (1990-02-16)
also published in:
  • ACE (UK) #30: "March 1990" (1990-xx-xx)[6]
  • ACE (UK) #31: "April 1990" (1990-xx-xx)[7]

CVG UK 101.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Computer & Video Games (UK) #101: "April 1990" (1990-03-16)
also published in:
  • ACE (UK) #32: "May 1990" (1990-xx-xx)[8]

CVG UK 102.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Computer & Video Games (UK) #102: "May 1990" (1990-04-16)

SegaVisions US 02.pdfSegaVisions US 02.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Sega Visions (US) #2: "October/November 1990" (1990-xx-xx)
also published in:
  • GamePro (US) #18: "January 1991" (199x-xx-xx)[9]
  • GamePro (US) #20: "March 1991" (1991-xx-xx)[10]

SegaVisions US 04.pdfSegaVisions US 04.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Sega Visions (US) #4: "April/May 1991" (1991-xx-xx)
also published in:
  • Sega Visions (US) #5: "Summer 1991" (1991-xx-xx)[11]
  • Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #27: "October 1991" (1991-xx-xx)[12]

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
83 №31, p60/61[13]
92 №4, p104[14]
90 №2, p128-130[15]
85 №98, p121[16]
83 More...[17]
90 №11, p76-78[18]
75
93 №3, p4-6[19]
80 №23, p59
87 №5, p21[20]
Sega Master System
86
Based on
10 reviews

Master System, US
Psycho Fox SMS US Box.jpg
Cover
Psychofox sms us manual.pdf
Manual
Master System, EU
PsychoFox EU cover.jpg
Cover
Psycho Fox SMS EU Manual.pdf
Manual
Master System, EU
® variant
Psycho Fox SMS EU Box.jpg
Cover
Psycho Fox SMS EU Cart.jpg
Cart
Psycho Fox SMS EU Cart Typo.jpg
Cart (typo)
Master System, BR (cardboard)
PsychoFox SMS BR cover.jpg
Cover
Master System, BR
PsychoFox SMS BR2 Box.jpg
Cover
PsychoFox SMS BR2 Cart.jpg
Cart
Master System, KR
PsychoFox SMS KR cover.jpg
Cover
PsychoFox SMS KR Cart Top.jpg
PsychoFox SMS KR Cart Back.jpgPsychoFox SMS KR cart.jpg
Cart

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Master System
 ?
CRC32 97993479
MD5 A9C2FACF9EF536D095414CE2E7CE2F4F
SHA-1 278CC3853905626138E83B6CFA39C26BA8E4F632
256kB Cartridge (EU/US)

References