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Salamander

Salamander (XSX) game cover art
Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Horizontal
Developer: Konami

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
12/06/1991

Staff Reviews

Salamander review

Reviewed February 02, 2013

Rob Hamilton says: "Sadly, Salamander is a rarity — a Gradius-style game that doesn't operate by these rules. Instead, you get the simple-n-generic sort of system where enemies drop power-ups represented by various icons and, by collecting them, you automatically get whatever goodie they represent. This takes some of the fun out of this title, as the ability to customize the way you power up your ship was quite a nice touch."
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