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Sabre Wulf

Sabre Wulf (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Rare

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Released
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06/09/2004
EU
03/12/2004
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Reader Reviews

Sabre Wulf review

Reviewed July 30, 2004

wishingtikal says: "That game was announced way back in 2001 and is finally here after a long wait. After his adventure 15 years ago on Commodore 64, Sabreman is back to chase the Sabrewulf once again. This time, the wulf which was sealed away in a statue was freed by Dr. Doo-Little-Goode to achieve his evil plans. Now the country relies on Sabreman to restore peace once again and seal back the wulf. A bigger adventure awaits our hero this time. "
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