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    FAQ/Move List by Victar

    Version: 1.4 | Updated: 02/15/96 | Printable Version | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    From: vctr113062@aol.com (Vctr113062)
    Newsgroups: rec.games.video.sega
    Subject: [PR] Primal Rage Game Boy/Game Gear movelist
    Date: 15 Feb 1996 06:58:29 -0500
    
    Primal Rage Game Boy & Game Gear movelist v1.4 (no long jumps/hop jumps)
        Maintained by Victar (vctr113062@aol.com) 
        I also maintain the PR General FAQ, PR for IBM PC FAQ, and PR
    condensed movelist
    
    All moves are done the same for both GB & GG. Many moves and fatalities
    from the arcade version are not on the GB/GG. Some moves like Blizzard's
    Mega Punch are now "one size fits all," there's only one fatality per
    character, and you can't eat people. There are no long jumps or hop jumps,
    only normal jumps. If a move isn't on this list, it isn't in GB/GG PR.
    Remember that to do PR's special moves, you must press and hold the
    buttons down, then move the control pad.
    
    1=Quick, 2=Fierce; A=away, D=down, T=toward, U=up UT=up&toward, etc.
    
    ARMADON
    
    Bed-O-Nails: Armadon balls up like a porcupine with spikes sticking out of
    him. 
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D, U
    
    Iron Maiden: Jumps into the air and turns his back downward and lands on
    opponent.
    Game Boy: Hold 1+2; move control pad U-T (thanks Brian! :)
    Game Gear: GamePro's guide has "hold 1+2; move control pad A-U-T," but
    they've been wrong before. Can anyone confirm one way or the other?
    
    Gut Gouger:  Impales opponent with his horn and throws the opponent.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad T, A
    
    Flying Spikes:  Armadon shoots spikes from his tail.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad A-U
    
    *Meditation:  Armadon curls up and creates electricity that zaps your
    opponent. Fatality.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad T, D, A, T, T
    
    BLIZZARD
    
    Mega Punch: Gives your opponent a big bash to the head.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D, T
    
    Freeze Breath: Chill your opponent out Sub-Zero style, then combo them.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad A, T
    
    Air Throw:    Grab opponent in the air.  Useful in combos too.
    Tap 1+2 when both critters are airborne
    
    Throw: Hold 1+2; move control pad T-D-A-U
    
    *To-Da-Moon:  Blizzard does the punching bag, winds up, and knocks
    opponent into the background! Fatality.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D, D, D, D, U
    
    CHAOS
    
    Grab-N-Throw: Grabs opponent by the neck and tosses him across the screen.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad T, A
    
    Power Puke: Chaos pukes a blob of green stuff.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U-T
    
    Ground Shaker:  Chaos jumps up and lands creating an earthquake. 
    Hold 1+2; move control pad A, U, A, D
    
    Battering Ram:  Chaos puts his shoulder out and charges.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad T, T
    
    *Golden Shower:  Chaos raises a leg and urinates on the opponent, and the
    only thing left are the bones. (On the GB, Chaos spits on his opponent
    instead). Fatality.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D, A, T, D, T
    
    DIABLO
    
    Fireball: Diablo shoots out a fireball that travels across the screen.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D-T
    
    Torch:  A flame blast from Diablo's mouth.  Hold buttons for it to last up
    to 5 seconds.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U-T
    
    The Pulverizer:  Leap into the air and land on your opponent's head.
    Game Boy: Hold 1+2; move control pad D, U (thanks Brian! :)
    Game Gear: GamePro's guide has "hold 1+2; move control pad U-T-D," but
    they've been wrong before. Can anyone confirm one way or the other?
    
    Inferno Flash:  Diablo teleports in a flash of fire.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U, D (thanks Brian! :)
    Game Gear: GamePro's guide has "hold 1+2; move control pad U," but they've
    been wrong before. Can anyone confirm one way or the other?
    
    *Fireball:  Diablo blasts a hugh fireball that roasts your opponent!
    Fatality.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U, A, D, D
    
       Note: Both the "Totally Unauthorized Primal Rage" guidebook and
    GamePro's "Primal Rage Official Player's Guide" give incorrect
    instructions for this fatality.
    
    SAURON
    
    Earthquake Stomp:  Jumps on the ground to shake up your opponent.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U, D
    
    The Cranium Crusher:  Sauron leaps into the air with his head.  Leaves you
    vulnerable if you miss.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D, U
    
    Stun Roar:  Fireball-like projectile fired from his mouth.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad A, T
    
    Air Throw:    Grab opponent in the air.  Useful in combos too.
    Tap 1+2 while airborne
    
    *Flesh Eating:  Sauron walks over to his fallen opponent and tears into
    them, eating each piece as he rips it off. Fatality.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U, U, U, U
    
    TALON
    
    Brain Basher:  Talon flips in the air and lands on the opponent's head.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U-T
    
    Frantic Fury: Talon becomes a blur of claws and creeps toward opponent.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D-T
    
    Slasher: Two fierce slashes, but only hits once.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad D, U, T
    
    Face Ripper: Talon jumps on the opponent and bite his face several times.
    (Must be close to opponent.)
    Hold 1+2; move control pad U, D
    
    Run Forward/Back:  Talon can run toward or away very fast.  This is good
    for dodging.
    Hold 1+2; hold control pad T or A
    
    *Shredder:  Frantic Fury-like fatality.
    Hold 1+2; move control pad T-D-A-U
    
    VERTIGO was dropped from PR for the GB & GG :-( 
    
     Credits:
    
    ***vic@acpub.duke.edu (Victor Wang)***
    finding Diablo's fatality, move confirmations
    
    ***brian.wayne.johnson@mwcs.mb.ca (BRIAN WAYNE JOHNSON)***
    GB Golden Shower description 
    Corrections for GB Pulverizer, Inferno Flash, Iron Maiden moves
    Confirmation: no long jumps/hop jumps 
    
    All other moves are courtesy of GamePro's "Primal Rage Official Player's
    Guide" for SNES, Genesis, GB & GG, written by John Fisher with Allan
    McGraw. Sorry, I don't own a GB or GG, so I can't personally confirm any
    of 'em. Any help is very much appreciated! ^_^