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Dual Orb 2

Dual Orb 2 (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: RPG
Developer: Unknown

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
12/29/1994

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Dual Orb 2 review

Reviewed October 16, 2004

yamishuryou says: "The medical world of today is a quickly progressing community. New cures for a large variety of illnesses are discovered each day, but sometimes the vast number of different diseases is overwhelming. Once a person thinks about it however, why should we try to defeat all these different diseases? We have to draw a line somewhere. Cure common illnesses? Sure, no problem with that. Solve the issue of malnutrition in third-world countries? I’m up for that. Try to extend the average life span? I’m al..."
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