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DescriptionRevolution X is about the ol' Rock & Roll.
There is an evil nation putting the youth down and banning our beloved rock music. Who you gonna call? Aerosmith! With the help of Aerosmith, the player must shoot his/her way through enemy infested levels, (light) guns blazing, collecting power-ups and releasing hostages.
Almost all of the graphics are digitized and Aerosmith themselves are too! There are also lots of fmv videos.
- "レボリューションX" -- Japanese spelling
- "Revolution X: Music is the Weapon" -- Tag-lined title
- "Revolution X featuring Aerosmith" -- DOS in-game title
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The Press Says
|Power Unlimited||Mar, 1994||8.4 out of 10||84|
|Video Games & Computer Entertainment||Feb, 1996||6 out of 10||60|
|GameCola.net||Jan, 2005||3.6 out of 10||36|
|Sega-16.com||Feb 03, 2011||3 out of 10||30|
|GamePro (US)||Feb, 1996||1.5 out of 5||30|
|Game Players||Feb, 1996||29 out of 100||29|
|Defunct Games||Feb 28, 2013||D-||16|
|Topic||# Posts||Last Post|
|Arcade release date||3||vedder (20081)
Feb 27, 2014
German versionIn the German SNES version, all blood was removed.
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Revolution X -- Information about Revolution X at Wikipedia
POMAH (31067) added Revolution X (Genesis) on Jun 19, 2002
George Petro, Bill Dabelstein, Warren Davis, Jake Simpson, Mike Lynch, Jack Haeger, Steve Beran, Martin Martinez, John Vogel, John Newcomer, Eric KinkeadSoftware: