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Elemental Master

Elemental Master (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Vertical)
Developer: Technosoft

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??/??/1993
JP
12/14/1990
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Staff Reviews

Elemental Master review

Reviewed April 16, 2005

Zigfried says: "While running between cliff walls, you have to watch out for the punks on either side that are trying to roll boulders on your head. But then a gust picks up, creating a wind tunnel within the canyon — so now you've got to fight not only the boulder-bums and spitting plants, but you've got to fight the wind at your back as well!"
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Reader Reviews

Elemental Master review

Reviewed June 10, 2004

deathspork says: "The most endearing quality of Elemental Master is apparent before the controller is even touched. It begins with a pitch-black sky against a low lying blanket of fog, tousled only by the sharp hill tops jutting through, as a single, ever-escalating note lends its intensity to the dreary, oppressive scene. Sheet lightning pierces the darkness, exposing a previously unseen thunderhead. The flashing continues, each pulse giving more form to the cirrus structure, until finally, it is revealed..."
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