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Game Description & Reviews:
No doubt you're here because you've heard how terrible this game is; you've almost certainly heard it compared to legendarily bad games like Hydlide and Heroes of the Lance.
And you probably want to find out for yourself whether or not it's really THAT bad. Don't let me spare you ten minutes of laughter and mockery directed at the game. By all means, have at it. You'll find that pretty much everything you've heard about it is true. It's awful.
The music *constantly* resets, every time you change screens. You throw your sword out of your crotch. There's no way to distinguish one area from another and there's no map. The enemies are blobs. Cheap deaths are common. There's really nothing to say that hasn't already been said about it. Go have your 10 minutes of laughter.
This game is very difficult.
It has some very melodic and exceptional music for an action rpg or NES game in general.
Every new level has different music.
In order to hear the music you have to proceed through the levels.