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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: February 07, 2011 (04:22 AM)
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I'm not sure how a game this bad got two follow-on titles in two different generations of console. It's a mystery!


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Author: pickhut
Posted: February 07, 2011 (12:56 PM)
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Ha, the graphics may be simplistic, but after seeing images of Virtual Hydlide, or worse, see it in motion, you'll think this game is a work of art.


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Author: JoeTheDestroyer
Posted: February 07, 2011 (01:48 PM)
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I have not played the other Hydlide games, but to be honest I have been curious about them. I think I've seen some screen shots of Virtual Hydlide, and I only shutter to think what playing it would be like. The most terrifying thought is that there are something like 5 Hydlide games in all. Why anyone thought it deserved even one sequel of any kind is beyond me. As EmP said, it's a mystery.

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I've played the MSX versions of the second and third games. They are awful, but not nearly as bad as the original.


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