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Battletoads (SEGA GENESIS) Beat 'em up 1991


Battletoads is a Rare video game media property that debuted in 1991 with the original beat 'em up title Battletoads. The series, which stars three anthropomorphic toads named after skin disorders, Rash, Zitz, and Pimple, was intended to compete with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game franchise. The original Battletoads game for the NES was notorious for its tremendous difficulty, yet it nonetheless spawned sequels for numerous platforms, including a crossover with the Double Dragon series and a current relaunch after a 25-year hiatus. The goal of each game is to vanquish the toads' antagonist, the Dark Queen, and her army of space monsters.

The Battletoads must overcome the wicked Dark Queen and recover their abducted companions, Pimple and Princess Angelica, on her realm.
Originally released in 1991 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) by Rare (in Japan, the game is distributed by Masaya Games, while in Europe and the United States, the game is distributed by Tradewest), the game was ported by Mindscape to the Amiga in 1992 (but not released until 1994), by Arc System Works to the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Sega Game Gear both in 1993, by Rare to the Game Boy in 1993 (as Battletoads in Ragnarok)

A sequel/remake game was planned for the Game Boy Advance, but it was canceled. When asked what Rare games should be brought back for the Xbox One in 2013, Phil Spencer from Microsoft's Xbox team stated his love for Battletoads. "Battletoads" was re-trademarked in the United States in 2014. Spencer wore a Battletoads T-shirt in public in 2015, only days after Microsoft Studios' Ken Lobb (designer of 2013's Killer Instinct remake) announced intentions to bring back Battletoads and other vintage Rare titles "someday."

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Battletoads was named one of twelve gaming properties that require a resuscitation, namely "a truly HD sequel" by Game Informer in 2010. Forbes named it one of five video game brands that "need to come back from the dead" in 2012, stating that a modern Battletoads "could preserve its side-scroller elements while embracing the 2.5D aesthetic" comparable to Mark of the Ninja. Other publications, like as Complex, Maxim, and GameRevolution, have also called for the series' comeback.

The animated version of Battletoads, on the other hand, was a flop. Topless Robot named it one of the five "worst one-shot TV cartoons ever created" in 2008.

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