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Bari Bari Densetsu
System(s): PC Engine
Publisher: Taito
Developer:
Genre: Racing































Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
JP
¥6,600 TP01003



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Bari Bari Densetsu (バリバリ伝説)

Production credits

  • Produced by: Keisuke Hasegawa
  • Directed by: Syouji Takahasi
  • Directed Of Software: Omake Kzm
  • Chief Programmer: Masahiro Atuji
  • Programmer: Yukiyoshi Toyoshima, Haruo Suzuki
  • Chief Designer: Yoshihiko Wakita
  • Designer: Harutoki Kume, Genya Kuriki, Nisiyaman, Keishi Itoh, Yuji Ohgi, Yukiyoshi Toyoshima, Haruo Suzuki
  • Music Editor: OGR (ZTT), YAS (ZTT), Mr. Gojima
  • Music Software: Omake Kzm
  • Supervisor: Syuichi Shigeno
  • Special Thanks: Yoshiharu Satoh, Kataru Uchimura, Yuji Koga, Hituo X Koshitaroh, Mr. Ogura, Mr. Satoh, Sachiko Yamana, Motoko Kosugiyama, Misato Takahashi, Naoko Matsumoto, Akitoshi Kawano, Yoshiaki Ishii, Takao Suzuki
  • Adviser: Hiroyuki Sakoh, Mituo Satou
  • Game Designed by: Harutoki Kume
Thanks For Your Plaing
Fortune Smiled Upon You!
End
(C) Taito Corporation 1989
All Rights Reserved
Source:
In-game credits (JP)

Magazine articles

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File Date Source Title and comments
Logo-pdf.svg "Motorky"
Version for the Super Engine II console which is a PC Engine clone

Physical scans

NEC Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
68 №20, p14[1]
PC Engine
68
Based on
1 review

PC Engine, JP

BariBariDensetsu PCE HuCard JP Manual.pdf
Manual

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
PC Engine
 ?
CRC32 c267e25d
MD5 539eb9333d3e39f597786288872917dc
SHA-1 d063cf1b378a4741e4eb01e9de99d6f618b077da
393,216 Card (JP)

References