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X Men The Arcade Game Konami 1992 Full Playthrough
X Men The Arcade Game Konami 1992 Full Playthrough
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X-Men: The Arcade Game (Konami) (1992) Playthrough Gameplay1:30 Stage 1 4:44 Stage 2 10:22 Stage 3 13:05 X-Men Welcome to Die 14:54 Stage 4 19:44 Stage 5 25:02 Stage 6 28:52 Final Stage 34:04 Final BossREVIEW http:www.hardcoregaming101.netkonamibeatemupskonamibeatemups2.htm#xmenComment: Button bashing, this game calls for it. Obviously, one input controls four characters, doing this in MAME is always fun...In response to the negative comments - Yes, this video isn't supposed to be a skill showcase or anything similar (far from it) - it was one of my first recordings when I was playing with the settings to use Fraps with MAME. It didn't take any effort, I spent 37 minutes (and a few more hours convertinguploading) doing it, I didn't care and still don't care much for it, but for some reason it got a lot of views.********If you want to see a very good one-coin playthrough of this game, check out this (not mine)

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