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Duck Tales 2

Duck Tales 2 (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Capcom

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/??/1993
JP
04/23/1993
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Staff Reviews

Duck Tales 2 review

Reviewed August 05, 2012

Jason Venter says: "A lot of the challenge this time around comes from bottomless pits. The first game generally placed you in a relatively safe environment where you would typically die only if you ventured too far off the beaten path in search of treasure, or if you let enemies knock you around a bit too much. There were occasional hazards that spelled instant death, certainly, but levels were designed in a manner that welcomed newcomers."
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