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Dynamite Dux

Dynamite Dux (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Tags: Action
Developer: SEGA
More Platforms: Sega Master System

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Region
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??/??/1989

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Dynamite Dux review

Reviewed March 17, 2005

goldenvortex says: "Dynamite Dux may be severely underrated but itís still one of the quirkiest and original beat-em-ups Iíve played in a long time. Instead of using the standard scheme of a city being overrun by crime or a big axe being stolen, it does things a little differently. You play a duck called Bin, a character who was probably designed to be SEGAís mascot, judging by his red sneakers and blue skin who has to punch, kick and shoot his way through an army of bizarre enemies. It was an early release for ..."
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