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Devil's Crush

Devil's Crush (TG16) game cover art
Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Genre: Casual (Pinball)
Developers: Compile, Red
AKA: Devil Crash (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Devil's Crush review

Reviewed May 26, 2007

Sho says: "Another ball hurtles past your defenses, and that loathsome skull in the corner once again erupts into an all too familiar cackle of mocking glee. Naked bone but for the numerous oozing veins that snake across its cranium, this fleshless spectator is wont to track your every move with the aid of a single protruding eyeball, and all too happy to celebrate your frequent ineptitude. That’s Devil’s Crush, easily one of the most addictive titles ever released for the woefully underrated TurboGrafx 16 – or any other console."
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