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Rezon

Rezon (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling
Developer: Allumer

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??/??/1991

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Rezon review

Reviewed December 15, 2003

Marc Golding says: "The people at Alhummer were some evil, sadistic sons of bitches. I can’t stress this enough. They weren’t so creative, but they were cold and calculating. Consider this: they took Irem’s arcade, horizontal shooter hit, R-Type, and absolutely, positively ripped it off. But that was only the beginning. I mean, we’ve seen R-Type clones before. But Rezon takes the cloning process to a whole other level."
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