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Zed Blade

Zed Blade (NEO) game cover art
Platform: NeoGeo
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Horizontal)
Developer: NMK

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09/13/1994
JP
09/13/1994
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Reader Reviews

Zed Blade review

Reviewed July 22, 2005

overdrive says: "When I think of the Neo-Geo’s small library of horizontal shooters, the first thing that comes to mind is R-Type. No, Irem never put any of their flagship franchise’s games on this system, but you don’t exactly have to be a genius to see that influence in games such as Pulstar, Last Resort and (to a lesser degree) Blazing Star. So, why would I expect anything drastically different from the obscure Zed Blade? "
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