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From Youtube.com - Posted: Apr 11, 2013 - 476,692 viewsGame | Robocop Arcade Game Playthrough Deathless | Robocop Arcade Game Playthrough Deathless
Robocop Arcade Game Playthrough Deathless
Robocop Arcade Game Playthrough Deathless
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This is a deathless playthrough of the 1988 Data East game "Robocop", with the default settings. Created using MAME 0.145

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