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Legacy of the Wizard

Legacy of the Wizard (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action Adventure (Platformer)
Developer: Nihon Falcom
AKA: Dragon Slayer IV: Drasle Family (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
04/??/1989
JP
07/17/1987

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Staff Reviews

Legacy of the Wizard review

Reviewed April 02, 2016

Joseph Shaffer says: "What if Metroid were fantasy-based and a really big jerk?"
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Reader Reviews

Legacy of the Wizard review

Reviewed July 22, 2009

randxian says: "Legacy of the Wizard has a lot going for it: colorful graphics, a rich soundtrack, diverse playable characters, a huge expansive world to explore, and plenty of items to collect and experiment with. While this sounds like a NES classic so far, one key ingredient is missing from the recipe: game play. To put it bluntly, the game play stinks worse than bad dragon breath and therefore spoils the entire dish. "
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