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Darius Plus

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09/21/1990
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Reader Reviews

Darius Plus review

Reviewed August 09, 2004

overdrive says: "A lot of promising shooters that I’ve picked up have taken that promise, crumpled it up and discarded it callously. I thought Insector X for the Genesis would be fun and original — it was a tedious game marred by you having to control an oversized ship while trying to dodge lightning-quick attacks. When playing Heavy Unit for the PC Engine, I initially saw a lot of promise in the first stage. Sadly, that promise faded as the game quickly devolved into a poorly-done generic piece of trash. "
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