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Toxic Crusaders

Toxic Crusaders (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Fighting, Brawler
Developer: Realtime Associates
More Platforms: Genesis, NES

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??/??/1992

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Toxic Crusaders review

Reviewed September 24, 2008

Rob Hamilton says: "At the beginning of each segment of each stage, players get to choose between Toxie and any of his four sidekicks. I can't be bothered to remember their names because all of them are, for all intents and purposes, the exact same as Toxie. All five characters are the same size, have the same mobility and fire projectiles at the same speed. "
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