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The Adventures of Rad Gravity

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Platform: NES
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Interplay


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The Adventures of Rad Gravity review

Reviewed February 02, 2004

tomclark says: "Rad Gravity: A hero blessed with a HAL-style computer with a giant eye, possibly the coolest name ever, a cool spaceship, a, frankly, glorious chin, and a quest to save the Universe (or something along those lines). Hang on, maybe the last one isn't exactly a blessing...... "
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