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Brain Lord

Brain Lord (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Adventure (Fantasy)
Developer: Produce!

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NA
08/??/1994
JP
01/28/1994
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Reader Reviews

Brain Lord review

Reviewed June 18, 2003

siegfried says: "There was a time when the vast majority of games released on the SNES consisted of action RPG's. Games like The Legend of Zelda had made such an impact that developers soon realized the genre was a favorite among gamers and this potential was savagely exploited with titles upon titles being released. Enix shined as one of those companies specializing in the genre with popular titles that such as Soul Blazer, which would later evolve into one of the most formidable series for the SN..."
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