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Track & Field II

Track & Field II (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Sports (Other)
Developer: Konami
AKA: Konamik Sports in Seoul (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/??/1989
EU
11/22/1989
JP
09/16/1988
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Reader Reviews

Track & Field II review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

aganar says: "Konami once again tried to make a brand new sports category. I can't say they succeeded exactly, but they made a pretty good game. It would've been a classic if not for a couple of small flaws and one major flaw. In this game, you can choose to train or go to the Olympics. In the Olympics you have 3 events a day, and you must qualify in them to proceed to the next day. When you start you chose a country to represent. Then you proceed to the games. "
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