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{{stub}}'''''Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars''''', often known simply as '''''Drug Wars''''', is a light gun game and sequel to ''[[Crime Patrol]]'', originally released to arcades in 1993. A port was at one stage in development for the [[Sega Mega-CD]] (and is advertised on the back of the [[GameGun]] box as "coming soon") but did not materialise. CD-i and 3DO versions from around the same period were released, however.
 
{{stub}}'''''Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars''''', often known simply as '''''Drug Wars''''', is a light gun game and sequel to ''[[Crime Patrol]]'', originally released to arcades in 1993. A port was at one stage in development for the [[Sega Mega-CD]] (and is advertised on the back of the [[GameGun]] box as "coming soon") but did not materialise. CD-i and 3DO versions from around the same period were released, however.
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Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars
System(s): Sega Mega-CD
Publisher: American Laser Games
Developer: American Laser Games
Planned release date: 1993
Genre: Shoot-'em-Up
Number of players: 1

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Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars, often known simply as Drug Wars, is a light gun game and sequel to Crime Patrol, originally released to arcades in 1993. A port was at one stage in development for the Sega Mega-CD (and is advertised on the back of the GameGun box as "coming soon") but did not materialise. CD-i and 3DO versions from around the same period were released, however.

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