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Sega Ages: Fantasy Zone

Sega Ages: Fantasy Zone (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Switch
Tags: Shooter, Horizontal, Scrolling
Developer: M2
More Platforms: PlayStation 2, Saturn


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Sega Ages: Fantasy Zone review

Reviewed January 17, 2020

Jason Venter says: "If you think you'll immediately fall into the zone while playing this challenging shooter, you're living a fantasy."
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