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Shadow of the Beast II

Shadow of the Beast II (SCD) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Action
Developer: Psygnosis
More Platforms: Genesis
AKA: Beast II (EU), Shadow of the Beast II: Jashin no Jubaku (JP)

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Shadow of the Beast II review (Genesis)

Reviewed April 24, 2005

Zigfried says: "Psygnosis apparently thought that their cavemen were so cleverly hidden that the player would not be able to see half their bodies poking out from the leaves. No, you are only able to attack the cavemen once you walk beneath them (which just so happens to trigger them leaping from the tree on top of your head, damaging you in the process)."
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