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Paperboy

Paperboy (XSX) game cover art
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1991
EU
??/??/1991
JP
06/26/1992

Staff Reviews

Paperboy review (NES)

Reviewed January 24, 2005

Jason Venter says: "Of course, there are threats to your little newspaper empire. That cute little dog you see cowering in his home on the front lawn may very well bite you in the butt if you don’t toss a paper at just the right moment. And there are rumors that the Grim Reaper himself frequents the neighborhood from time to time. Add runaway lawnmowers, tires, go carts and disillusioned customers of times past and you have the formula for a rather dangerous job."
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