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Giant Egg: Billy Hatcher no daibouken (2003)

Billy Hatcher and his friends were chosen by the chicken god to save the chicken elders from the crow army and to prevent them from misusing the power of the giant egg.

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Hikaru Kobayashi ...
Billy Hatcher
Hideaki Nagasawa ...
Bantam Scrambled
Kento Takahashi ...
Chick Poacher
Yuuka Yamada ...
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Billy Hatcher and his friends were chosen by the chicken god to save the chicken elders from the crow army and to prevent them from misusing the power of the giant egg.

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Wake up to a new breed of super hero!


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23 September 2003 (USA)  »

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Artificial Cuteness

Sega had mascot characters besides Sonic. These include Clockwork Knight and the clown from Nights Into Dreams. When Sega's final console, the Dreamcast, was still in production, one of the makers of the Sonic franchise went on create a different game called Billy Hatcher. Although I have brief experiences with the Dreamcast, I never played nor heard of Billy Hatcher. This was until I watched a YouTube video about failed mascots.

The character Billy Hatcher is a lad in a chicken suit. Besides the silly look of wearing a chicken suit, Billy rolls giant eggs either to crush enemies or to eventually release some super bird that would hatch out of the egg. Because I found Billy a little cute, I went on to gain more info about him. But in doing so, I was disgusted to find out that Billy is played by an old bimbo from a group isles across the Pacific. The bimbo also played Billy in the English version. No wonder why this game did not become a franchise. They should have selected a boy to be the protagonist.


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