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Exile

Exile (TGCD) game cover art
Platform: Turbografx-CD
Tags: RPG, Action
Developer: Renovation Game
AKA: Exile: Toki no Hazama e (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1992
JP
03/29/1991

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Exile review

Reviewed November 14, 2008

Sho says: "Today’s review is brought to you by the letter E, commonly found in such words as "execution," "eviscerated," and of course "eroticism" – all of which can likewise be found among the desert wastes of Exile."
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