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Famicom Disk System Game Reviews

The newest Famicom Disk System game reviews available on the site are listed on this page. You can search the database for additional reviews by browsing alphabetically according to game title, or feel free to check review listings for additional systems.

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Knight Lore: Majou no Ookami Otoko (Famicom Disk System) artwork

Knight Lore: Majou no Ookami Otoko review (Famicom Disk System)

Reviewed July 12, 2009

aschultz says: "Knight Lore was a breakout ZX Spectrum game where you walked through a huge castle presented in 45-degree-rotated view. You picked up reagents for a spell that would stop your nighttime lycanthropy, and each set of item locations offered a markedly different puzzle. The FDS version, which probably had to simplify some things due to memory constraints, tried to stretch itself with ungodly repetition. It achieved dilution, as anyone smart enough to solve its puzzles would see quickly. "
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Esper Dream (Famicom Disk System) artwork

Esper Dream review (Famicom Disk System)

Reviewed July 01, 2009

aschultz says: "Esper Dream is a top-down RPG almost as captivating as someone blabbering about last night's dream thinks he is, until it inexplicably tries to get gritty. You play an Esper, a child who can enter the books he reads. Apparently you're a prolific reader, as your quest for the vanished mayor's daughter spans five different worlds. The starting town, which connects to them via grey houses, offers the usual cryptic hints about special items and shops with unaffordable arms. It is conventional..."
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Lutter (Famicom Disk System) artwork

Lutter review (Famicom Disk System)

Reviewed July 01, 2009

aschultz says: "For those of us disappointed we're at the end of the road with obscure NES titles to discover and love, Famicom Disk System games like Lutter give us one more chance to discover something new. Lutter features basic RPG, maze and puzzle elements without dedicating itself too much to any genre or bogging itself down in controls: combat is repeated collision, the A button chooses puzzle items, and B allows for save-game or surrender. It's not especially difficult, but it's hardly stupid. And..."
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Akara Senki Raijin (Famicom Disk System) artwork

Akara Senki Raijin review (Famicom Disk System)

Reviewed May 26, 2008

whelkman says: "Introduction "
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Samurai Sword (Famicom Disk System) artwork

Samurai Sword review (Famicom Disk System)

Reviewed January 19, 2007

Sho says: "Personally I recommend that you just look at all the screenshots, because whatever crazy scenarios your imagination comes up with are almost certainly going to be a whole lot cooler than the real thing."
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Akumajou Dracula (Famicom Disk System) artwork

Akumajou Dracula review (Famicom Disk System)

Reviewed June 29, 2005

Sho says: "Creatures of the night, exchanging glances . . ."
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