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Legendary Axe II

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Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Tags: Action, Fantasy
Developer: Red
AKA: Ankoku Densetsu (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
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??/??/1990

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Legendary Axe II review

Reviewed December 06, 2003

Marc Golding says: "At the best of times, Axe II's atmosphere is a hypnotic, quiet storm, like a side-scrolling, medieval Silent Hill; but at the worst of times it is just a morose mission of tedium."
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