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Melty Blood: Act Cadenza

Melty Blood: Act Cadenza (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Fighting
Developers: Ecole, Type-Moon

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
08/10/2006

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Melty Blood: Act Cadenza review

Reviewed September 22, 2006

Zigfried says: "I don't play Melty Blood: Act Cadenza because of its technical merits. I play because it's fun. I love the characters, such as the poor undead schoolgirl (with a gimp arm) who sprints across the screen like Orochi Iori. I think it's awesome that the Catholic priestess hunts vampires with adamantium claws. There's even a midget cat-girl who shoots death beams from her eyes."
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