Pizza Pop! Subbed Famicom Complete Playthrough – NintendoComplete



A subtitled, beginning to end playthrough of Jaleco’s 1992 Famicom game, Pizza Pop! From

There was very little Japanese in this game to begin with, so I just put subtitles over the between level scenes.

A quirky game that plays somewhat similarly to Tsuru Pika Hagemaru, has “Kid-kun” delivering pizza to all sorts or ridiculous locales in order to buy his girlfriend an expensive ring.

There’s no question that this is a Japanese game, despite the language, by some of the pizzas that are ordered. I’m surprised the seafood pizza didn’t have mayo on it! (Don’t laugh, Japanese Pizza Hut actually sells such a thing. And at about $40 for a large in Tokyo, no delivery :O)

Short and fun and really easy. Worth a shot if you want something new.

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  • Cool

    DangerDave July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply
  • Shitty game from the platforming to the "combat"

    Mr Chill July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply
  • being a pizza boy is not easy

    Nelsonba Win July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply
  • Geeze $40 for a pie must be a good one. All price jokes aside this game could've worked had it had a US release. Though I'd co-brand it with a existing pizza company like Dominos "due to the strict time limit get your pizza in 3 min or its free and all". As for a seafood pizza I'd have mine with shrimps and anchovies yum.

    Larry Laffer July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply
  • 3:46 Battletoads feelings

    Cowmilla of Moohr July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply
  • Reminds me of panic restaurant in that it's definitely not bad but has no stand out quality or twist to the gameplay to make it something special.

    Ultra Healthy Video Game Nerd July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply
  • Decent game, but could it have worked here if they threw a pizza company behind it like Dominos and Capcom with Yo Noid? Probably not, though I did hate what they did to the original game once I found out what Yo Noid was originally. Jaleco had the ability to occasionally make a good game, this one's not too bad.

    Unfortunately a boxed copy goes for over $100 now, bummer.

    Bloodreign1 July 8, 2020 2:32 am Reply

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