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    Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

    The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Manufacturer: Nintendo Year: 2006 Genre: Adventure / RPG Max number of players: 1 No. of levels: n/a Difficulty: medium / low Start again once it’s over again: no Savestate: no Finish provided by: Cid Highwind Note: The title screen is not available...
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    Procession to Cavalry

    The Procession to Cavalry Producer: Joe Richardson Year: 2020 Genre: Adventure (point and click) Max number of players: 1 No. of levels: n/a Difficulty: medium Start again once it’s over again: no Savestate: no Finishes provided by: Vaz The final sequences:
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    Kraken Academy

    Kraken Academy !! New Software for Happy Broccoli Producer: Fellow Traveler Year: 2021 Genre: Adventure (FPS) Max number of players: 1 No. of levels: n/a Difficulty: selectable Start again once it’s over again: no Savestate: no Final provided by: Vaz The boss and the final sequence
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    Darkwing Duck

    Darkwing Duck Producer: Capcom Year: 1992 Genre: Platform/Shoot 'em up (H-scrolling) Max number of players: 1 No. of levels: 7 Difficulty: medium Start again once it’s over again: no Savestate: yes (VirtualNES 0.91) Final & Savestate provided by: Stencio The Final Sequence
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    Next-gen 'will rejuvenate racing genre,' says PGR designer

    Market "just isn't there anymore" for games like Motorstorm, Split Second. Gareth Wilson, formerly of Bizarre Creations and currently working on Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed at Sumo Digital, says the declining racing game genre would benefit greatly from fresh hardware. Click...
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