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Heroes of the Lance

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Platform: Sega Master System
Tags: RPG
Developer: Tiertex Design Studios


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Heroes of the Lance review

Reviewed February 06, 2004

bloomer says: "If you wish to study the phenomenon of 'binary gamer polarisation', one of the classic case studies is the 1988 cross-platform fantasy adventure Heroes of the Lance. "
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