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Swords & Serpents

Swords & Serpents (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: RPG, Fantasy
Developer: Interplay


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Swords & Serpents review

Reviewed February 07, 2005

Jason Venter says: "Like I said, there’s not an in-depth plot. The game is more about exploration and the occasional adrenaline rushes that come from knowing you’re only surviving by the skin of your teeth. It is the very definition of ‘dungeon crawler,’ and embodies most everything you may dread about that phrase. If you’re one of the few who lives for this sort of thing, though, Swords & Serpents is one of the best the NES ever saw."
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