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Undead Line

Undead Line (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Vertical
Developer: T&E Soft


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Undead Line review

Reviewed February 19, 2008

Suskie says: "It’s hard to play a fantasy-based shmup like Undead Line without (a) recalling that horrible Square NES release King’s Knight and (b) laughing. Even if one of these games turned out to be good, I will always think the idea of a shooter set in medieval times is silly, especially when it comes to projectiles. The armor clad hero of Undead Line
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