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Fantasy Zone II

Fantasy Zone II (SMS) game cover art
Platform: Sega Master System
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Horizontal
Developer: SEGA
AKA: Fantasy Zone II: Opa-Opa no Namida (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1987
EU
??/??/1988
JP
10/17/1987

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Fantasy Zone II review

Reviewed January 07, 2016

Never3ndr says: "I'd honestly recommend for any retro gamer to try this game out"
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