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Battle Mania Daiginjou

Sega Genesis

Game Description:

Battle Mania Daiginjou is the sequel to the game we got stateside known as Trouble Shooter, and, like all good things in the video game world, it was left in Japan. Looks fun though.

Translation Description:

From MIJET’s site:

“In what has become a MIJET trademark, this is a “dual-language” patch, meaning that it supports both Japanese and English. However, it goes far beyond simply supporting both English and the original Japanese; it contains two different English translations and a selection of three English fonts.

This patch is contained within two different IPS files, but the only differences between the two are the default script and font to use if none are selected by the user. That’s correct; it is possible to select the desired script and font by holding down certain combinations of buttons prior to the Sega logo appearing. See the included documentation for more details.”

They even fixed some bugs that were in the original. How ‘bout those guys, huh? PLAY THE GAME. :D

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Battle Mania Daiginjou (Japan).md
  • CRC32: 312FA0F2
  • MD5: 1FFE5B490CDDEB691E3ADD6947024F83
  • SHA-1: FBCF7E899FF964F52ADE160793D6CB22BF68375C
  • SHA-256: 72EC3C4C4C7DAE8E0F4328AB67B8CAA6E23147E44308FB165829399E7269CB84

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ContributorType of contributionListed credit
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