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Genre: 2D Fighting

Formats: BIN/GDI/CUE & CHD

Compressed Sizes: 902.2 MB/798.4 MB

Zipped in .7z file extract it with 7zip or Winrar

CHD Compatible with Flycast, Redream & Reicast

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On 1/4/2020 at 2:03 PM, ASR-94 said:

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Genre: 2D Fighting

Formats: BIN/GDI/CUE & CHD

Compressed Sizes: 902.2 MB/798.4 MB

Zipped in .7z file extract it with 7zip or Winrar

CHD Compatible with Flycast, Redream & Reicast

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