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yeah it f u c k i n g rocked, as a kid of the eighties I played it often

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Author: nature223 from United States
9 February 2007

YEAH loved it had a blast you gotta play it yourself build the gun kill the bad guys bring lots of quarters enjoy the carnage continue to kill then enjoy the end scenes

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