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Teddy Boy Blues

Teddy Boy Blues (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Action
Developer: SEGA
More Platforms: Genesis

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
07/26/1992

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Staff Reviews

Teddy Boy Blues review

Reviewed December 25, 2006

Zigfried says: "Those crazy developers at Sega heard a catchy pop song by a cute Japanese idol singer... so they decided to make an arcade game based on it! Thus was born Teddy Boy Blues, a fun 50-level arcade game that probably inspired Bubble Bobble."
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