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Low G Man

Low G Man (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Taxan

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09/??/1990

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Staff Reviews

Low G Man review

Reviewed February 06, 2009

Rob Hamilton says: "One minute, you'll be fighting robotic enemies; the next, it'll be little flying gargoyles coming at you. You'll find yourself diving to the depths of an ocean to set up a jaunt through an alien-infested submarine in the second level; meanwhile the fourth level begins with a jaunt up a tower leading to a fight with a teleporting boss in an oddly psychedelic room and ends with a short trip through an alien mothership."
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