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Salamander Deluxe Pack Plus

Salamander Deluxe Pack Plus (SAT) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Genre: Compilation
Developer: Konami

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Released
JP
06/19/1997
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Salamander Deluxe Pack Plus review

Reviewed August 14, 2011

pickhut says: "1986's Salamander, the first title in the 1997 release of Salamander Deluxe Pack Plus, acts as an ungrounded version of Gradius, which came out a year prior. Whereas Gradius required a near-methodical mindset, thanks to its checkpoint system, Salamander is more high-octane and in your face, adjusting the gameplay accordingly."
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