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Submitted by s8anicslayer 613d ago | review

3D Space Harrier Review | Nintendo Life

Sitting here in 2013, it's almost impossible to fully appreciate the kind of impact Space Harrier had when it hit arcades way back in 1985 — a year when many of today's active gamers weren't even alive. A showcase for Sega's "Super Scaler" technology and the company's skill at creating impressive hydraulically-driven arcade cabinets, it has gone down as one of the company's most beloved outings. (3D Space Harrier, 3DS) 7/10

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