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We're Getting Mutants in the MCU - The Loop

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There are several films that can be obtained throughout the game, at least five of which can be bought straight from Mr. Cheapot. All of the films can be viewed at Goro's theater, but first you must convince him that you are a fan. See Goro's page for the how.

All obtainable films and their description when given to Goro:

  • Old Film

"Evil Doll" Director: Goro Arashiyama Written by Goro Arashiyama

  • Hoda Film

"Evil Cross" Director: Noriyuki Hoda

  • Ito Film

"The Show Must Go On" Directed & Written by Kayoko Ito

  • Taniguchi Film

"Battle of the River" Directed & Written by Hirosi Taniguchi

  • Katsushi Film

"Anime Fairy" Directed & Written by Katsushi Hoda

  • Yukiyoshi Film

"Scary Jet Man" Directed & Written by Yukiyoshi Inoue

  • Maehara Film

"Young Lady vs. Short Legged Z" Directed & Written by (Maehara)

The film does not display the name of the director, possibly due to a game error.

  • Kurashima Film

"P.S. BANBAN!" Directed & Written by Kazuyuki Kurashima

  • Hideyuki Film

"Devil" Directed & Written by Hideyuki Shin

  • Kuroda Film

"Summer Story" Director: Kisuke Kuroda Written by Fujio Fujita

  • Ishikawa Film

"Go! Animal Warriors" Directed & Written by Shuji Ishikawa

  • Chin Film

"Ghost Woman" Director: Noriyuki Hoda Starring: Chin Meidai

Long Life Town

Five films can be purchased from Mr. Cheapot. An "Old Film" can can be obtained from Leo by showing him a film can. Kiss Tin Signboard in 1st District and Yodzilla at Undasura Park for film cans.

Worldly Desire Temple

Kiss Eggplant Boy for a film can.

Scarecrow Field

In the manure bin. This is a "perfectly" random acquisition. Occasionally, digging through the manure will prompt the response "Something must be in there..." which is a tease at best. After kissing Miss Clam, she sends you a letter confirming the existence of a film in the bin. The best strategy is to save your game in the adjacent bathroom and just start digging. It may take several tries, but it's not impossible to uncover the truly rare "Chin Film."

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