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Alien Soldier

Alien Soldier (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Shooter, Run 'n Gun
Developer: Treasure

Publisher
Region
Released
EU
??/??/1995
JP
02/24/1995

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Staff Reviews

Alien Soldier review

Reviewed January 20, 2006

Gary Hartley says: "Twenty five bite-sized levels of pure mayhem, anyway. Because Alien Soldier isn't about stomping through waves of underlings and mass-produced cannon fodder; it's about going toe-to-toe with some of the sickest and most malevolent bosses imaginable."
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