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Neon Genesis Evangelion

Neon Genesis Evangelion (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Tags: Interactive Movie
Developer: Gainax
More Platforms: Nintendo 64


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Neon Genesis Evangelion review (Nintendo 64)

Reviewed June 03, 2005

Michael Scott says: "Based on the hit anime series of the same name, Neon Genesis Evangelion for the Nintendo 64 would initially appear to be what every Eva fan could ever want: a stunningly realized action game, featuring more giant robot action than you could possibly shake a Progressive Knife at. "
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