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Hogan's Alley

Hogan's Alley (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Shooter (Light Gun)
Developer: Nintendo


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Hogan's Alley review

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ratking says: " I only own two Zapper games, Hogan's Alley and Duck Hunt. Hogan's Alley is easily the better of the two, and it is probably the best Zapper game period. I mean, how can you not like a game with Mafia characters, and the ability to shoot cans. It is rediculous and entertaining at the same time, plus you don't have to worry about the mafia getting you back when you shoot one of them like in real life. "
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