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Rings of Power

Rings of Power (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: RPG
Developer: Naughty Dog


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Rings of Power review

Reviewed December 19, 2003

djy8c says: "If asked who Naughty Dog software are, most answers would probably include Crash Bandicoot or possibly Jak and Daxter. You would be lucky to hear the words Rings of Power, and indeed, it was well after Crash Bandicoot was released that I realised that it was the same developer who was behind the games. Rings of Power was their only venture into the world of the Genesis, and furthermore, only their fourth game to be released the previous three being on the PC, Amiga and Apple. "
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