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Fire Mustang

Fire Mustang (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Horizontal)
Developer: NMK

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Released
JP
05/31/1991

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Fire Mustang review

Reviewed August 20, 2011

Gary Hartley says: "So, just this once, Iíll ignore the easy digs, like how the game starts in 1940, while America didnít enter the war until 1941. Or how the P-51 Mustangs I assume the game is based around were not readily available until around 1943. Instead Iíll mention how I stumbled upon a game I enjoyed playing despite looking for one to bag on."
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