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Soldier Blade

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Platform: TurboGrafx-16
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Vertical
Developer: Hudson Soft


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Staff Reviews

Soldier Blade review

Reviewed May 29, 2024

Rob Hamilton says: "Soldiering through blade-sharp fights, awkwardly forcing the game's name into this tagline."
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Reader Reviews

Soldier Blade review

Reviewed March 02, 2008

dagoss says: "If you own a Wii and you've caroused the selection of titles available on the Virtual Console, you might have noticed something about the Turbografx-16: nearly every game is a shooter. If you didn't already know that, then chances are you haven't had much experience with the genre. The people that play shooters generally know the field very well, and as such most games in this category are specifically targeted at a very small audience. Games like Ikaruga and Gradius V were not..."
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