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Beyond Oasis

Beyond Oasis (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action Adventure (Fantasy)
Developer: Ancient
AKA: The Story of Thor (EU), The Story of Thor: Hikari o Tsugu Mono (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Beyond Oasis review

Reviewed September 04, 2018

Joseph Shaffer says: "It's not the Zelda killer I remember, but it still packs a decent punch."
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Reader Reviews

Beyond Oasis review

Reviewed March 30, 2009

pickhut says: "For the longest time, I considered Beyond Oasis a RPG, because it had characteristics of one. It took place in a fantasy setting where knights, beasts, and mutated rats roamed lands, caves, and dungeons. Your character, named Ali, has health and magic bars that are labeled as H.P and S.P, and he can also travel around in an overhead perspective, picking up various weapon and health items that can be stocked in a magical inventory screen. It just had the markings of a role-playing game. "
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