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Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast

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Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Software Creations

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Reader Reviews

Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast review

Reviewed November 15, 2004

cdbavg400 says: "Well, it’s another licensed game of Disney’s, and this time around, the game is simply horrible. Beauty and the Beast: The Roar of the Beast is a straightforward, side-scrolling platform game in which you play the role of the Beast. The object of the game is to simply destroy all enemies you encounter. It sounds easy, but believe me, this game is the exact opposite of that idea. Here, I’ll tell you why . . . "
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Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast review

Reviewed September 01, 2003

wishingtikal says: "You don't want to play this game. Believe me, you don't. "
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