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KOF Sky Stage

KOF Sky Stage (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Vertical
Developer: Moss


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KOF Sky Stage review

Reviewed April 10, 2012

dementedhut says: "The first time I stumbled onto this game, I was confused. KOF Sky Stage? DLC for The King of Fighters XII? A side game where all the fighters died and are throwing down in the afterlife? When I dug further, I was stunned: a vertical shoot'em up featuring characters from the fighting series. One of those cases where fact is stranger than fiction."
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