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Submitted by Bitsnark 767d ago | review

Review: The Lords of Midnight (Multi) - TGV

The Gaming Vault writes:

"I think I must have been six, or maybe seven years small when I got my hands on Mike Singleton‘s The Lords of Midnight for what was my pride and joy at the time; namely the ZX Spectrum +2. Up until that time, my definition of the term ‘epic’ was shall we say, mercurial at best and was often limited to whatever licensed Ocean published tripe my pocket-money could stretch to at the time – seeing the mediocre likes of Rambo and Robocop in my cassette player wasn’t an uncommon sight." (Android, The Lords of Midnight) 9/10

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