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Panic!

Panic! (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Adventure, Graphic
Developer: SEGA
More Platforms: PlayStation 2
AKA: Switch (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
04/23/1993
JP
04/23/1993

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Reader Reviews

Panic! review

Reviewed December 30, 2012

maboroshi says: "Panic! Is…a difficult game to explain, or even to understand. I have a feeling that it is a game that is very much like marmite, either you love it or you absolutely hate it. I happen to like it but there are a lot of things in it that I can imagine many people hating."
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