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Crash 'N the Boys Street Challenge

Crash 'N the Boys Street Challenge (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Sports
Developer: Technos
AKA: Bikkuri Nekketsu Shin Kiroku! Harukanaru Kin Medal (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/??/1992
JP
06/26/1992

Staff Reviews

Crash 'N the Boys Street Challenge review

Reviewed June 14, 2013

Julian Titus says: "As a party game, Crash ‘N the Boys: Street Challenge could be a blast. It’s designed for trash talking and the raucous shenanigans that occur when four gamers crowd around a TV."
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