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Neugier: Umi to Kaze no Koudou

Neugier: Umi to Kaze no Koudou (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: Adventure
Developer: Wolf Team


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Neugier: Umi to Kaze no Koudou review

Reviewed March 15, 2012

Rob Hamilton says: "How did it get there? We'll never know. It could have dropped through an ceiling (unseen by the player) like a few do in Skyrim; it could have been the result of a Final Fantasy XIII-2 time paradox; hell, it could simply be explained by four simple words: A WIZARD DID IT — at least there's one of those causing trouble in this game!"
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