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Rastan

Rastan (SMS) game cover art
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1988
EU
??/??/1988

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Staff Reviews

Rastan review

Reviewed January 12, 2004

Marc Golding says: "Something usurped this brand of base hack and slash side-scroller a long time ago. Golden Axe added some Double Dragon-esque depth to the mixture, and two-player action to boot. The Legendary Axe added inimitable enemy confrontations, and sights and sounds of truly mythical proportions. Despite the enjoyable-sounding, if not novel concept involving Rastan taking on seven stages of warriors, wizards, beasts and dragons; battling through mountains and inside castles; avoiding pitfalls and the danger that night brings—the big guy seems, quite frankly, to be a barbarian in the company of refined men. "
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