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Beethoven: The Ultimate Canine Caper

Beethoven: The Ultimate Canine Caper (XSX) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Tags: Action
Developer: Riedel Software
More Platforms: Game Boy
AKA: Beethoven's 2nd (EU)

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Beethoven: The Ultimate Canine Caper review

Reviewed December 09, 2003

snowdragon says: "1992-1993 is my personal Golden Age of gaming. Sure, those who can legally buy their own booze and tobacco may pine for the days of shooting rocks floating out in space from the tenuous safety of a triangular space cruiser while those who are just now celebrating the growth of hair in certain areas might rue the passing of that long-gone dynasty where Cloud Strife and Co. ruled the GameFAQs Top 10 and their PlayStations with an iron fist. For me, though, 1992 and 1993 were a duo blessed by the H..."
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