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Great Greed

Great Greed (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: RPG
Developer: Namco
AKA: Vitamina Oukoku Monogatari (JP)

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Great Greed review

Reviewed April 30, 2007

Sho says: "Having been abruptly stolen away in the middle of an epic battle against acid rain by the fell sorcery of Microwave, the task now falls to you – Sierra Sam, Earth Guy! – to protect once-pristine Greene Kingdom from the horrifying machinations and discarded Styrofoam containers of dread lord BIO-HAZ."
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