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Cyber-Core

Cyber-Core (TG16) game cover art
Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Vertical)
Developer: Alfa System
AKA: Cyber Core (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1990
JP
03/09/1990

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Staff Reviews

Cyber-Core review

Reviewed October 27, 2003

Marc Golding says: "An opening ‘cinema’ educates us on the state of the world. Hyper-insects (where is your Ritalin cannon when called upon?) have taken over the Earth, and it is your responsibility to repel them. And what better way than to merge your repulsive character Rad Ralph with the equally repulsive Chimera super life form?"
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