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Lord of the Sword

Lord of the Sword (SMS) game cover art
Platform: Sega Master System
Genre: Action (Fantasy)
Developer: Unknown
AKA: Lord of Sword (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Lord of the Sword review

Reviewed January 12, 2004

Marc Golding says: "LotS is epic in one very real sense of the word. It's long. And ridiculously so. In fact, it's unreasonably long for a game with no passwords or saves. You'll be at it for hours on end, endeavouring to protect your vitality bar (you've only got one life) with no opportunity to leave the pedestrian proceedings to do something else. You could pause the game, and go to the washroom, or down to the kitchen to get something to eat, but if you have diarrhea, or if you're a big person or a big eater, you'll be risking damaging your unit and TV screen by leaving them on for too long. "
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