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Devilish: The Next Possession

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Platform: Genesis
Genre: Casual (Other)
Developer: Aisystem Tokyo
AKA: Bad Omen (JP)

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Devilish: The Next Possession review

Reviewed July 01, 2006

Gary Hartley says: "It's such a genuinely zany concept that one wonders going in just how such a thing couldn't provide a quick burst of amusement. And it does. I actually chuckled at the wonderfully contrived story describing a prince and a princess turned into paddles by evil magic. The problem is that if you've played Breakout, you've played this, and while such things as zombies and boss fights add a little to the gameplay value, Bad Omen runs on its novelty. Once you get past that, the experience quickly loses its lustre."
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