Toxic Crusaders (video game)

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Toxic Crusaders
Toxic Crusaders.jpg
Sega Genesis version box art
Developer(s) TOSE (NES)
Realtime Associates (Game Boy)
Infogrames (Genesis)
Publisher(s) Bandai (NES, Game Boy, SNES)
Sega (Genesis)
Composer(s) NES:
Shinji Amagishi
Game Boy:
David Hayes
David Warhol
Genesis:
Frederic Mentzen
Platform(s) Game Boy, NES, Genesis
Release date(s)

‹See Tfd›

  • NA: 1992
Genre(s) Beat 'em up, Platformer, Shoot 'em up
Mode(s) One player

Toxic Crusaders refers to a series of side-scrolling, beat 'em up/shoot 'em up/platform video games based on the American cartoon series Toxic Crusaders (1991), and Troma Entertainment's 1984 film The Toxic Avenger. The games were developed for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy and Sega Genesis, respectively by TOSE, Realtime Associates, and Infogrames, and released in 1992. Bandai released the NES and Game Boy games, while Sega handled the Genesis game. A Super NES version was planned by Bandai around at the same time with the NES and Game Boy versions but it was never released for unknown reasons.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Toxic Crusaders [SNES – Cancelled] - Unseen64". Unseen64: Beta, Cancelled & Unseen Videogames!. 2009-09-28. Retrieved 2016-06-23. 

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