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  • Summary: Ghouls'n Ghosts is the sequel to the popular action game Ghosts'n Goblins, originally released in the arcades and later ported to the Genesis. One full-moon night, three years after the battle with Astaroth, a ray of light shoots through Princess Prin Prin, and her soul is stolen right in front of Arthur's eyes. To save his bride's soul, Arthur the knight must battle all manner of evil undead creatures with a variety of weapons, powerful magic and new actions. Expand
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  1. Nov 13, 2011
    8
    For a game released in 1989 the graphics still have a colourful charm and the background art really fits the theme of the game. The monsters make a few repeat appearances but that can be forgiven as most monsters have several animations. A few minor graphic blemishes and slowdown problems occur when a lot is happening on the screen such as the first boss fight and towards the end of level two. The music is memorable and keeps you going through the touch environments. Sound effects are bootleg even considering the time it was made, sometimes you hear static and some sounds are just very bland. The thud I hear when successfully hitting a boss is satisfying. If you like easy games or excellent sound quality then this isn't for you. It's got plenty of replay value and will keep you hooked for hours on end. This game would make a challenging addition your collection! Whether you're going through it for the first time, or trying to get a higher score, well worth a download. Expand