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Author: Parrish
Posted: January 15, 2023 (12:16 PM)
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And are they as absolutely insane as the show they're based on?

It's hard to find footage of them online. In fact I usually end up finding clips from the actual show.


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Author: Dixon
Posted: January 15, 2023 (02:15 PM)
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oh strange, i thought you were talking about Kiniku Man

what system were these games on?


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Author: dementedhut
Posted: January 15, 2023 (02:59 PM)
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Never played them, but judging by footage I'm seeing on YT of the PS1 game, its gameplay looks like it's primarily based around trying to hit a moving bar in the right spots within a meter; something similar you would see in a golf title. I'm also guessing that, since this was developed by Konami, it likely borrows some aspects from its Track & Field series, such as mashing buttons and whatnot.


I head spaceshit noises.

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