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Chou Aniki - Bakuretsu Rantou-Hen [Model SHVC-AANJ-JPN]

Nintendo Super Famicom cart. published 29 years ago by Masaya

Listed in MAME

Chou Aniki - Bakuretsu Rantou-Hen [Model SHVC-AANJ-JPN] screenshot

超兄貴 爆烈乱闘篇 © 1995 Masaya.
(Chou Aniki - Bakuretsu Rantou Hen)

Chou Aniki Bakuretsu Rantou Hen is a fighting game by Masaya and is the third episode in the unique Chou Aniki series. All the main characters from the first two games battle here on 1-On-1 fights, from the bald and muscly Samson and Adon, to Idaten, Benten and even the emperor Botei Bill himself. All the classic Chou Aniki ingredients are reunited here - men showing off their prominent and well-developed muscles with little clothing on, and odd but truly unique mechanical designs. A grand total of eigth characters from the original game are playable here. Each character naturally comes with their own sets of moves and each one of them can fire a large laser-blast to momentarily stun their opponents. Yet, Chou Aniki Bakuretsu Rantou Hen is not your typical fighting game - the game actually stands out from its peers by the way how the fighters fly around the arena and are completely airborne.




Released on September 22, 1995 in Japan for 11800 Yen. The game came with a mini CD with remixes of the game soundtrack by Koji Hayama.

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Public Relations: Hiroaki Sato
Program: Yuichi Komatsuda
Graphics: Koji Matsuda, Tomomi Seki, Nobuyuki Kuramochi, Yasunobu Satou
Game Design: Koji Matsuda
Motion Design: Yukihiro Yoshida
Balance Direct: Yukihiro Yoshida
Sound Producer: Isao Mizoguchi
Music: Sanae Kasahara, Taku Iwasaki, Isao Mizoguchi (Don Macco)
Sound Effects: Enzan Shibuya
Sound Driver: Dogen Shibuya
Animation: Yoshiharu Shimizu, Masahiro Oba
Animation Work: Artmic
Illustration: Mitsuhiro Matsuno
Special Thanks: Satoru Miyazaki, Yasunori Takahara, Emi Miwa
Emi 19 Godmother: Mami Kaneko
Direction: Hiroaki Hori
Producer: Akira Ishizuka
Direction Assist: Akira Ishizuka


Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel;