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Shin Nekketsu Kouha: Kunio-tachi no Banka

Super Nintendo

Game Description:

Well, what can I say about this game? Well, for starters, it’s the sequel to classic(!?) NES game, Renegade. Now, before you start running, let me say that it’s waaaaaaaaaay cooler. For starters, the plot line is a lot more involved, there’s no doors that take you back to the beginning of the game, and there’s profanities all over the place. Yeah, I thought that would get your attention.

The game is kind of like West Side Story (or Deuce’s Wild for the uncultured) meets Double Dragon.You play through the game as the “protectors” of two Japanese High Schools – Riki and Kunio (and eventually two other folks), and they’ve been thrown in jail for something they haven’t done. Naturally, you have to break out of your cell, and you of course do this by beating the piss out of everyone that isn’t you. You spend the rest of the game beating the answers to why you’ve been framed out of all the hoodlums you encounter. Add a motorcycle chase towards the end into the equation, and that’s the gist of the game.

The game play is straight-forward (it has nothing that hasn’t been done before in the first Double Dragon game), but it’s still fun nonetheless.

Translation Description:

What’s to say? This is the work of Gideon, and it should go without saying that everything is translated with no errors or glitches that I encountered. The language of the script is a little coarse, but given that it’s a Kunio game, it’s probably coarse in the Japanese version as well. Anyhow, another job well-done by Gideon.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Shin Nekketsu Kouha - Kunio-tachi no Banka (J).smc - NOINTRO
  • CRC32: 31BE696C
  • MD5: 73754658AAE9024F23570B494EE86F01
  • SHA-1: 5522830FEC471F2E7B6456DA426F198F8282AF64
  • SHA-256: 40E25763288521509B2201F5B4E53F3E3BCDFA92E37CF5EEEE4F00D8935D534A

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Gideon ZhiHackingProject leader, ROM hacker
DatenshiTranslation

User Review Information

Alright

Reviewed By: Real_Character on 09 Sep 2016

A fun beat em up, and this translation seems well done, at least technically. There is swearing in it, but I don’t know if that’s warranted to the original text, or if it’s a J2E’s FF4 style hack job in more ways than one. Either way, it’s not about the story. It’s about the punching the crap out of people.

Version 1.00 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
AlrightReal_Character09 Sep 20161.00Yes