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Ai Cho Aniki

Ai Cho Aniki (TGCD) game cover art
Platform: Turbografx-CD
Genre: Shooter
Developers: NCS, Bits Laboratory


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Staff Reviews

Ai Cho Aniki review

Reviewed April 29, 2005

Sho says: "The first thing that you’re going to notice about this game, and this is neither good or bad but merely a fact, is that it’s full of naked men."
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Ai Cho Aniki review

Reviewed January 09, 2005

Zigfried says: "If you've played Forgotten Worlds, you have some idea what Ai Cho Aniki is all about. Basically, I'm talking an airborne Contra, with multi-directional attacks and hand-to-hand combat . . . and naked bodybuilders."
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