What version of Ghouls n Ghosts is this???

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  1. Sicklyboy
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    Came came across this video trying to find game music to listen to as I do homework (which I am not yet doing). But what version of GnG is that that the video is taken from?!? I have Ghosts n Goblins (NES) (not even the right game as the video though), Ghouls n Ghosts (Master System), Ghouls n Ghosts (Genesis), and Super Ghouls n Ghosts (SNES) and it is neither of these! Graphics on this one look awesome compared to the Genesis game (which is good for its era, too).


    I still have my Genesis and all my games for it. While I play most of those games on emus now, just for convenience sake, Genesis was one of the best consoles ever, IMO. I was talking to my mom one day about something with my little brother (he's 12) talking to his friend on XBL, and I sasid to her "back in my day, I didn't have all this fancy xbox live stuff, we had a sega and a telephone! You were lucky to have email and an AIM account!" (I'm 19). She looked at me, laughed and said she can't believe it's already to the point where I can say "back in my day..." and have it be something completely relevant.
     
  2. MaxNuker

    MaxNuker GBATemp's Official Shinigami Substitute

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    that looks like a arcade game, you know this ones where you put a coin and play? look at the credits and the year of release... search for mame roms... you might get lucky
     
  3. Ryupower

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    look like,
    the arcade version
     
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  5. Nujui

    Nujui I need something to do.

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    Yup arcade.

    Looks similar to the snes version. Weird.
     
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