Devil's Crush

Available on:

  • TurboGrafx-16

  • Genesis/Mega Drive

  • Wii

    Metacritic: tbd

  • Wii Virtual Console

  • NEC PC Engine

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  • Devil's Crush

    https://youtu.be/58hW-IFU5TA

    Has pinball ever been hotter than playing in hell?

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  • Devil's Crush

    Heavy Metal Gamer: Devil's Crush Review:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4f2DtgBrOo

    It's time to play some pinball with the devil, that's right Devil's Crush for the Turbografx 16. I hope you enjoy this review ...
    [+] Heavy Metal Gamer: Devil's Crush Review:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4f2DtgBrOo

    It's time to play some pinball with the devil, that's right Devil's Crush for the Turbografx 16. I hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.

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  • Devil's Crush

    29 Days Left!

    Today's game is going to be... デビルクラッシュナグザットピンボール (Devil's Crash/Crush)

    This one is a pinball game that was released on the NEC PC Engine and Turbografx-16 in 1990 by NAXAT Soft and is well known ...
    [+] 29 Days Left!

    Today's game is going to be... デビルクラッシュナグザットピンボール (Devil's Crash/Crush)

    This one is a pinball game that was released on the NEC PC Engine and Turbografx-16 in 1990 by NAXAT Soft and is well known for its iconic eerie occult theme with skulls, skeletons, and demons. The game was ported to the Sega Mega Drive, retitled Dragon's Fury (Devil Crash MD in Japan) which was developed by Technosoft. The North American version of Dragon's Fury contains some minor graphical changes from Devil's Crush. Devil's Crush was later released on the Wii's Virtual Console in 2007, with the European release reverting to its original title; however, the pentagram symbols were removed and replaced with 8-sided stars. In 2009, it popped up on the JP Playstation Network, followed by a port in 2015 on the JP WiiU's Virtual Console.

    Building on its predecessor, Alien Crash, Devil Crash now involves a three-screen high pinball table that is free scrolling (instead of the previous title's flip-screen mechanic), with many targets to shoot for and hidden bonus rooms.

    Ttoday's all about creepy/scary pinball, so let's get some steel balls rolling and flippers flipping!

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