Shadow of the Beast Remake

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>Shadow of the Beast is a side-scrolling platform computer game produced by Reflections and published by Psygnosis in 1989. The original version was released for the Commodore Amiga, and was later ported to many other systems. The original Amiga release cost £35, an unheard of price for a video game in that era, but it did include a T-shirt in the box bearing a print of the box’s artwork.

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HISTORY OF PSYGNOSIS

The History of Psygnosis
The History of Psygnosis

>A free ebook shared over docs.google.com describes with full details and superb quality
enriched with full pictures and snapshots the old time glory and history of the British Videogames Company Psygnosis .
To make a short summary of their works is really a pity compared to the reality ,
thing that you will fully like and enjoy in the ebook .

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REMAKES that weren’t or almost

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Metro-Cross (メトロクロス Metoro-Kurosu?) is an arcade game, released by Namco in 1985. It runs on Namco Pac-Land hardware (but with a video system like that used in Dragon Buster), modified to support a 2048-color palette. It uses a 6809 microprocessor, a 63701 microprocessor, and a Namco 8-channel waveform PSG for sounds.

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Amiga’s Paradise Lost

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In this mostly horizontally scrolling game, based on the 1668 poem “Paradise Lost” by John Milton, you must battle your way through several levels and ultimately face Satan himself. The game can’t deny its influence by Shadow of the Beast.

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