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God Medicine

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Platform: Game Boy
Tags: RPG, Fantasy
Developer: Konami


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God Medicine review

Reviewed November 10, 2006

Rob Hamilton says: "In my mind, this scenario had all sorts of potential. You have three video game geeks transported into a video game world. And we all know how RPGs are chock-full of cliches — leading me to believe God Medicine would be loaded with all sorts of snarky inside jokes capable of eliciting gleeful guffaws from real-life video game geeks like me. "
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