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Author: wolfqueen001
Posted: December 27, 2008 (10:24 PM)
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You know, this really is one of those games that were fun ages ago but if played now, wouldn't really meet our former expectations. Honestly, I think I liked it because I always played with two people, and that's always way more fun, especially with all the different modes and things.

Unless those modes are a different Golden Axe... but this one sounds the same as the one I was thinking of originally. Don't remember any giant eagles, though - just the seahorse-looking things and the dragons.

Interesting review. Thanks for tackling it.


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Author: pickhut
Posted: December 28, 2008 (07:08 AM)
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I was referring to the 4th stage, which takes place on a giant eagle. And thanks, it really was something I used to enjoy every time I played it, but it's just something I can't get into now. Also, yeah, the Genesis port had a beginner's mode and a duel mode, I just didn't think they were significant enough to mention.


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