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Mother

Mother (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Turn-Based RPG
Developer: Nintendo

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Released
JP
07/27/1989

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Reader Reviews

Mother review

Reviewed May 04, 2009

wolfqueen001 says: "God bless Demiforce. If it weren’t for them, RPG nerds would never have had the opportunity to save the world from an unnamed threat with nothing but such ordinary items as baseball bats, frying pans and bottle rockets. They would never cruise through the desert in a tank, much less fight a massive robot blocking your path with one. They would never get the chance to survive taunting from hippies or exhaust gases from possessed vehicles."
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