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Bonk's Revenge

Bonk's Revenge (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: Hudson Soft
AKA: B.C. Kid 2 (EU), GB Genjin 2 (JP)

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Bonk's Revenge review

Reviewed December 09, 2003

Marc Golding says: "It pains me to sum up this Bonk experience, because there are little in the way of saving graces. And I love the series. And I loved Bonk's Adventure for the Gameboy despite its utter lack of challenge and intensity. Charm saw it through! The utter lack of challenge is back in this sequel, but the charm is nowhere to be found."
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