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Arcade Longplay 180 OutRun
Arcade Longplay 180 OutRun
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(Source: Played By: T-0815 Route A: 00:10 BGM: Magical Sound Shower Beach ⇒ Gateway ⇒ Desert ⇒ Wilderness ⇒ Vineyard Route B: 06:58 BGM: Splash Wave Beach ⇒ Devil's Canyon ⇒ Alps ⇒ Old Capital ⇒ Death Valley Route C: 13:31 BGM: Passing Breeze Beach ⇒ Gateway ⇒ Alps ⇒ Wheat Field ⇒ Desolation Hill Route D: 20:11 BGM: Magical Sound Shower Beach ⇒ Devil's Canyon ⇒ Cloudy Mountain ⇒ Wheat Field ⇒ Autobahn Route E: 26:49 BGM: Passing Breeze Beach ⇒ Devil's Canyon ⇒ Cloudy Mountain ⇒ Seaside Town ⇒ Lakeside Note: Longplay contains all routes and endings.

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