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Cadash

Cadash (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Action
Developer: Taito Corporation

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??/??/1992

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Cadash review

Reviewed December 19, 2003

Marc Golding says: "Beyond that, you may speak to dull-witted townspeople who offer obvious clues, do not learn after major storyline changes, and who manage their cliched constitutional within five stride limitations. They’ve got nothing to do, and nowhere to go, and as is often the case, there are not enough buildings to accommodate all the day walkers when night comes--which of course, it never does."
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