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Gauntlet: Dark Legacy

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Gauntlet: Dark Legacy review (GBA)

15 July 2009
  • Excerpt: In fact, nothing moves quickly. It's hard to be intimidated by enemy generals — gigantic warriors capable of unleashing powerful close-range attacks — when they're plodding towards you with the speed (sans menace) of a George Romero zombie. And the thought of Death draining my life or experience wasn't that terrifying after I realized he was less the grim reaper than a cranky old man with a cane.
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Gauntlet Dark Legacy

Game Over Online
2 January 2003
  • Excerpt: After Midway revamped Gauntlet on every major console platform, it became only a matter of time as to when Game Boy Advance owners would see the Midway classic ported to their handhelds. Gauntlet: Dark Legacy introduces little in terms of mechanical changes. Indeed, Dark Legacy goes a long way to preserve its heritage: the keys, the locked doors, monsters spawning from their abodes and the hack and slash gameplay.
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Gauntlet: Dark Legacy

Gaming Target
18 December 2002
  • Summary: Seems they have replaced the uhh.. flaming...guy, with a uhh.. flaming sac o...you know, it's shit, it's all just a bunch of shit.
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Expert Review

12 November 2002
  • Excerpt: After a few disappointing re-releases of Gauntlet Dark Legacy on the GameCube and Xbox, Midway finally releases the GBA port of the title. While it only offers a single player experience, fans of the series and those who are looking for a great Action game will be surprised at how good this one turned out.
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