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Dark Ages Episode 1: Prince of Destiny

Dark Ages Episode 1: Prince of Destiny (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Apogee Software, Ltd.

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Dark Ages Episode 1: Prince of Destiny review

Reviewed January 14, 2004

Marc Golding says: "It will help if you’re already a fan of side-scrolling adventure games. If you can’t do without your Rastan, or your Legendary Axe, you will already be predisposed to having some fun with this little game. Your character is nameless, presumably so that you can think of him as yourself. Perhaps they should have left the bad guy nameless as well—his name is Garth. I doubt they were going for ''Garth Brooks''—maybe ''Garth Vader.'' "
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