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Release Date: 08/01/1992
The complete condition of pre-owned ShockMan includes Manual, Box
Trade-in Today and Get Up to: $65.00
If you were to take the first Schbibin Man and write a list of how to improve on it for the sequel, then you would probably come up with the game that is Schbibin Man 2. Developing from the first game, you still get to play as either Tasuke or Kyapiko, but this time the swords are gone. Instead, you have the ability to shoot from a distance and throw a schbibin right from the start - no power up required! There is a continuous storyline that follows the action, although this time round the level order is pre-determined, but there are now underwater shooting levels, upward scrolling levels and gameplay feels a lot faster than the original.
What does "Complete" mean?
Many people consider a TurboGrafx-16 with the jewel case and manual to be complete, but at eStarland we aren't satified unless the original cardboard box is included as well. Not all games for the TurboGrafx-16 system included jewel cases, many of the games released later in the console's life simply had the HuCard in a plastic tray inside the cardboard box. The buy and sell value of ShockMan (TurboGrafx-16) is based on how "complete" it is. When in the "complete" condition this used TurboGrafx-16 game includes: