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>same type of filename
yeah, gonna start calling him Famibot considering he spams obscure famicom shit all the time
Didn't even know this was on home consoles. I had it for DOS. Came on 3.5" floppy. Got bored with it pretty quick. Didn't get far.
but it's not a Famicom game, it's a SNES game and it's also not Japanese, but Western shovelware
Agreed, these threads should be a bannable offense.
>discussing retro games on the retro game board should be banned
you say this every time someone nags you but where's the discussion? there's just a title and a screenshot, nothing actually brought about the game to instigate conversation. like at least talk about the movie, i remember liking it but it's been forever since i saw it.
>you say this every time someone nags you but
wait if it's a bot thread how can you be talking to the OP? bots don't tend to reply by definition.
well i don't think it's a bot thread myself. that guy underestimates the number of autistic spammers on this board, there's like ten of em.
Then say something about the fucking game you retarded nagger! Elaborate! Don't just post title and the first google image of some stupid shovelware and expect anything more than shitposts.
Global rrule 6
Has anyone noticed the Titus logo is literally Baphomet?
Cheap shovelware shit that only uses a 4 megabit ROM. This also looks like a copypasted Amiga game, even has the rainbow stripe skies.
Titus put this game out for just about every system except the Mega Drive. Also it's worth noting that Nintendo was much more popular in France than Sega.
OP might be a bot, but I do love me that first Blues Brothers game.
so.. what's up with the sequel? unlike the first one the sequel doesn't take place in the blues brothers movie world, but instead looks more like some sorta Mario game.
Its almost like it was originally developed as some sorta weird coop Super Mario game, and when they failed to get that Nintendo license they just replaced them with the Blues Brothers.
Lets not forget that this came out during the Mario is Missing! and Mario's Time Machine era, so the idea of Nintendo outsourcing wasn't new.
But yeah, probably too big a post for a thread that wont get any replies.
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