El Viento (Genesis) Playthrough – NintendoComplete



A complete playthrough of Renovation’s 1991 Sega Genesis action platformer, El Viento.

Played through on the default settings. I LOVE this game. It’s easily the best of the three-part Annet series (Earnest Evans wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t particularly awesome, and Annet Futatabi… well, the less said, the better). It’s super-fast moving, fludily animated (without EE’s ridiculous flailing limb look), has a really gritty feel to it that adds quite a bit to the atmosphere, and has a great soundtrack – really, listen to the last boss theme. It doesn’t get much better than that 🙂

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13 Comments

  1. To think some people don't even know this game existed

  2. That ending was creepy, dude. Never paid attention as a Kid.

  3. Wow, I love this game too. It has something that "binds" you to the game. Excellent Playthrough.

  4. I love these creative and quirky Genesis titles. What a gem!

  5. Woah, this actually looks fun. Might have to give it a go.

  6. What an odd setting, to take place in 1928, pre-Great Depression New York.

  7. Game is brutal even with save states. I'm right at the last level with all the bats and the generating bats are just so annoying. I am using that last ability acquired to clear them out so I can get to the boss but They still regenerate at such an alarming rate. I'm gonna beat it eventually, I hope.

  8. After the crappy Earnest Evans game, they learned a lesson, and came up with a sequel worthy of being called a gem on the Genesis. Far, far better game than EE, El Viento is a true classic.

  9. Worst I've ever played on the janre and good lord music has horrific wolfteam scratchiness' into it

  10. Ninja Gaiden, eat your heart out! 🙂

  11. It appears that El Viento is one of the lesser known Call of Cthulhu campaigns…

  12. It's not quite top-tier, but this really is one of Wolf Team's best platformers on the Genesis. It also features a shot of Mount Rushmore in which Teddy Roosevelt's mug has been replaced with a Moai head. Did Wolfteam really sweat Konami THAT much?

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