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Undead Line - Sega Genesis

Publisher:PAL SOFT  ?              No-Intro:Undead Line
Developer:T&E Soft  ?              GoodName:Undead Line (J) [!]
Year:1991              TOSEC:N/A
Category:Shooter              MAME:N/A
Game Manual:N/A              Game Music:N/A

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Also on: MSX, MSX 2, Sega Nomad

 


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In game image of Undead Line on the Sega Genesis.
In Game
Title screen of Undead Line on the Sega Genesis.
Title Screen
Box cover for Undead Line on the Sega Genesis.
Box


In the beginning, the world was inhabited by gods and giants who fought over which race would rule. To win, the giants created four "living weapons" who were so fearsome and effective, both sides lost. The day of the monsters's creations would come to be called Ragnarök. Ages later, Count Brahzen, a leader of demons, invaded the Gitane Kingdom, who were able to defend themselves solely by tactical decisions made by their King Fahrenheit II... only to discover Count Brahzen is seeking the Spirit of Roshufa in order to revive one of the four legendary monsters. You are Leon, a fighter chosen by the King to obtain the Spirit before Count Brahzen does.


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