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CIMA: The Enemy

CIMA: The Enemy (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Action RPG
Developer: Neverland
AKA: Frontier Stories (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
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11/17/2003
JP
10/27/2005
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Reader Reviews

CIMA: The Enemy review

Reviewed June 17, 2004

yamishuryou says: "He lurks the hallway, with a silent breath that if heard could draw daggers. He has no fear of a dark death, having seen his master brutally murdered by his laughing nemesis, the would-be destroyer of his people. What he waits for, is what will allow him to keep his promise. His honor, his pride, his life, his friends are all at stake. "
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