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Mansion of Hidden Souls

Mansion of Hidden Souls (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Interactive Movie
Developer: System Sacom
More Platforms: Saturn
AKA: Yumeni Mystery Mansion (EU), Yumemi Yataki no Monogatari (JP)

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Mansion of Hidden Souls review

Reviewed October 01, 2013

dementedhut says: "For an adventure-style title, there's not very much adventuring to do, because the building is so small that the mansion from Resident Evil 1 seems like a castle in comparison."
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