DescriptionAnother tournament composed of several different challenges rocks the streets near Nekketsu High and since the series hero Kunio isn't going to turn down a challenge anytime soon, every gang in the city sends its team hoping to come up on top.
Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge features the same basic gameplay engine and mechanics found in the rest of the Kunio/Nekketsu High games. The player controls a character in side-scrolling levels and try to defeat opponents using an arsenal of attacks and special moves. Unique to this game is that in order to clear the five stages, the player must also accomplish a series of sport-themed objectives. There is a throwing event, a golfing event, swimming, jumping, and all-out fighting events, all with unique twists inspired by the street/gangs theme of the game (e.g. the jumping event involves jumping across the rooftops in the city).
Depending on the player's performance in each event they may earn medals that can be exchanged for power-ups and stat increases. The game supports two players co-op or vs. gameplay.
- "びっくり熱血新記録！はるかなる金メダル" -- Japanese spelling
- "びっくり熱血新記録！ どこでも金メダル" -- Japanese Game Boy spelling
- "Crash 'n the Boys: Street Challenge" -- In-game US title
- "Bikkuri Nekketsu Shinkiroku! Haruka naru Kin-Medal" -- Japanese title
- "Bikkuri Nekketsu Shinkiroku! Dokodemo Kin Medal" -- Game Boy title
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|Retroage||NES||Dec 25, 2013||9.3 out of 10||93|
|Video Chums||NES||Dec 12, 2014||7 out of 10||70|
|Nerdicus Reviews||NES||Nov, 2014||3 out of 5||60|
|HonestGamers||NES||Jun 14, 2013||6 out of 10||60|
|Nintendo Life||Wii||Sep 17, 2009||50|
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Game Boy versionThe Gameboy version replaces the swimming event with a free-fall fighting event in which two characters jump from a building and try to defeat each other before they hit the ground.
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge (article in the open encyclopedia about the game)
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