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River City Ransom [Virtual Console] Videos and Trailers - Wii

River City Ransom [Virtual Console]
Game Description:Slick, the meanest, most powerful gang lord in River City, has issued this ultimatum - and the entire town is powerless in a grip of fear. Fortunately, Alex and Ryan weren't in school the day Slick took it over. But now, their fellow students are prisoners - including Ryan's girlfriend. It's up to our two young heroes to battle their way past several dangerous city gangs, then defeat the gang lord to free the students of River City High and restore peace to the panic-stricken populace. Kick, punch, and fight your way through the rough and ready streets of this classic brawler for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Collect cash along the way to buy technique books, food for health, vitamins for skill upgrades, or even a trip to the hot sauna!
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