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Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics 2

Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics 2 (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Nintendo


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Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics 2 review

Reviewed October 29, 2012

Rob Hamilton says: "The original StarTropics was mostly confined to a random series of tropical islands, and everything blended together after a while. In Zoda's Revenge, you control Mike Jones as he travels from a prehistoric land, to ancient Egypt, to other areas such as a Transylvanian castle and King Arthur's Britain. Each chapter contains a minimum of one dungeon to explore as you search for a collection of Tetris -style blocks known as Tetrads. You need to reach them before various incarnations of Zoda (the villain from the first StarTropics game) can harness their power for evil."
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