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Submitted by The Hillman 1301d ago | review

SquareGo: 8-Bit Commando Review

SquareGo review:

"The 8-bit console era is fondly remembered by many. It represented the first cracks of light following the video games crash of 1983 and a major shift in power from the US to Japan as Nintendo, and then Sega, launched their first consoles onto the world. Whilst in the UK bedroom coders scrabbled to create the next Manic Miner. The era also introduced scrolling games and 8-bit Commando fits into this category..." (8-Bit Commando, PC) 3/5

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