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W Ring: The Double Rings

W Ring: The Double Rings (TG16) game cover art
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09/28/1990
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Reader Reviews

W Ring: The Double Rings review

Reviewed September 23, 2005

overdrive says: "One of the things I’ve always loved most about the PC Engine/Turbografx-16 is that so many of its games seem to revel in being quirky and off-beat. Just look at that system’s many shooters for all the proof you need. There’s the psychotically trippy Paranoia, the whimsically bizarre Bouken Danshaken Don San-Heart Hen and the crass, juvenile humor of Toilet Kids, to name just a few. "
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