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Bakutotsu Kijuutei: Baraduke II

Bakutotsu Kijuutei: Baraduke II (ARC) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Genre: Scrolling Shooter
Developer: Namco

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
??/??/1988

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Bakutotsu Kijuutei: Baraduke II review

Reviewed March 28, 2010

pickhut says: "It's never been much of a secret that most arcade titles were intentionally hard as hell, all in the name of profit. Thus, the given nickname by arcade dwellers: quarter munchers. Baraduke, by Namco, was one such game from the 1980s. The object in this title is to go from one floor to the next, which you do by destroying purple aliens, the Octy. It's actually much harder than it sounds, due to the random and chaotic nature of the game. Basically, everything, from every corner of the screen, is o..."
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