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Wizards & Warriors

Wizards & Warriors (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Rare
AKA: Densetsu no Kishi Elrond (JP)

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Reader Reviews

Wizards & Warriors review

Reviewed December 26, 2010

JoeTheDestroyer says: "Wizards and Warriors is regarded by many as a classic. I was in that group until I recently replayed the game with an analytical eye and a critical mind. Where before I had seen testosterone-laden Conan-esque platformer goodness, I now see a sloppily made platformer with an ill-fitting color pallet and dull levels and objectives. One may question how a show like Video Power could justify endorsing it so heavily. "
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Wizards & Warriors review

Reviewed April 22, 2005

overdrive says: "One of the first NES games I ever played was Acclaim’s Wizards and Warriors. Back then, I thought this game was flat-out spectacular. Yeah, it was a bit on the easy side thanks to a system that gave you unlimited continues, but all that meant to me was that Wizards and Warriors was a game I could pick up and beat on those days where I just didn’t feel like enduring the heartbreak of losing my last life fighting the final boss (I’m looking at you, Blaster Master!). "
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Wizards & Warriors review

Reviewed March 22, 2006

phediuk says: "It's like the old saying goes: good games are rare, and Rare games are good. "
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