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Submitted by Pozzle 725d ago | opinion piece

Japan + Ancient Egypt = MosesVania?

BT writes: Of course, this week also marked the start of Passover, the Jewish holiday that celebrates the freedom of the Hebrew slaves from Ramses II. Now, if I could, I’d talk about a game that celebrates the rich tradition of the Jewish faith in honor of this solemn holiday. Unfortunately, the only good Bible game in existence is Noah’s Ark (the Konami game on the NES, not the Wolfenstein 3D clone), so instead, let’s play a fun MetroidVania game where a guy dressed up as Moses fights Egyptian zombies and even kills Anubis.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is Return of Egypt. (PC, Return of Egypt)

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