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8 Eyes

8 Eyes (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action
Developer: Thinking Rabbit

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
01/??/1990
JP
09/27/1988

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Reader Reviews

8 Eyes review

Reviewed January 02, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "Everyone compares 8 Eyes to Castlevania, and gamers are split down the middle on which is better. If you couldn't tell by my score, I'm of the “Castlevania is better” persuasion. Both games are marked for having extreme challenge, though the implementation of the challenge differs in both. Castlevania has simple gameplay, but would rather give you difficult situations that require timing and skill. It's m..."
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