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Chelnov: Atomic Runner

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Atomic Runner Chelnov - Nuclear Man, The Fighter
チェルノブ

Platforms: X68000
Year: 1993
Developed by: Data East, Dempa Shimbunsha
Published by: Micomsoft

Number of Files: 8
Total Filesize: 21 MB (MP3), 59 MB (FLAC)
Date Added: Mar 28th, 2022
Album type: Gamerip

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1. Start 0:09 0.18 MB 0.59 MB get_app
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2. Map 0:10 0.23 MB 0.51 MB get_app
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3. Chelnov Theme 2:51 3.81 MB 10.89 MB get_app
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4. Keep Running 3:19 4.38 MB 12.51 MB get_app
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5. Death Lock 1:20 1.61 MB 4.72 MB get_app
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6. Ribigal 2:03 2.48 MB 7.97 MB get_app
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7. Name Entry 2:53 3.93 MB 9.39 MB get_app
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8. Ending 3:11 4.37 MB 11.94 MB get_app
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Description

The game released for the X68000 in 1993. This version is almost identical to the original arcade version. The release contained an adapter for the Mega Drive controller, commonly known in Japan as the Chelnov Adapter (チェルノブアダプタ), and allowed the player to use the Mega Drive controller for many other X68000 games besides Chelnov.

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bepisvalleygranolabars

03:40 Feb 22nd, 2023Offline

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Oooh... this is a hard one to judge. So, the beats in this are just straight fire at times. See Death Lock, for instance. The composers were obviously very skilled. But, the problem is just these tracks are poorly optimized for the X68000, resulting in many instruments frequently sounding harsh and just bad as they rattle off these impressive tunes. It's like scoring Beethoven with using a nail on a chalkboard. Honestly, I'm torn. There is an arcade version that has much better instrumentation (Although, Death Lock might sound better still on the X68000, but it's an exception). Hence, I'll be generous and give the X68000 version a 6.75/10, realizing some tracks are just miserable, but the Arcade one gets an 8.5. Go listen to that one instead.