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Pesterminator (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Action
Developer: Color Dreams


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Pesterminator review

Reviewed December 09, 2003

snowdragon says: "With a name like Kernel Kleanup, how can you lose? Easily, that's how. For one thing, the dorks at Western Exterminator and Color Dreams didn't even spell it right. It's Colonel, not Kernel. And he must think he's got that rat right where he wants him, what with the hammer cleverly hidden behind his back and all. Still, a wave of familiarity will hit you like a brick in the face even you've never played this game. How so? Well, odds are you've probably seen this guy on the Mossimo shirts from ba..."
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