In a surprise discovery, a copy of Jazz Jackrabbit 2 for the SNES and Genesis has been discovered from 1986, the game’s original year of creation. Unfortunately, Epic Games was unable to find a publisher for it at that time, and it languished in a warehouse while every game ever released on either console directly stole level and item graphics from it.
“I’m honestly shocked,” said one habitual commentator who spoke with Jazz 2 Online on the condition of anonymity. “I think that I hate every game ever made now, except for Jazz Jackrabbit 2 of course.”
“Personally, I’m thrilled,” said another. “Now I can justify spending more time playing Jazz Jackrabbit 2 instead of slowly eating my enormous hat collection one hat a time.”
The original console prototype currently rests within the collection of a collector with no interest in dumping it to a playable ROM image, but he has agreed to part with the cartridge for a mere $25,000. Fortunately, if every Jazz 2 fan agrees to donate a mere one thousand dollars each, the cartridge should be ours in no time!
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Eat your lima beans, Johnny.