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Final Zone II

Final Zone II (TGCD) game cover art
Platform: Turbografx-CD
Tags: Shooter
Developer: Renovation Game


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Final Zone II review

Reviewed January 16, 2004

Zigfried says: "The hilariously incomprehensible cinematics and the ill-fitting CD music bring the game down. Yes, thanks to the extra space afforded by the CD medium, this game is actually worse than if it had been a TurboChip! Pulling off such a feat is truly revolutionary."
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