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Playing this game was one of the earliest memories I have of the NES, which is why I wanted Ironsword: Wizards & Warriors II to be the first game i'm going to review.The game starts you off at the bottom of a mountain with no idea what to do and a strange picture of a face blowing wind at the bottom left of the screen, the game is split into 5 sections: A wind level and boss, a water level and boss, an earth level and boss, a fire level and boss and finally the non-elemental top of the moun...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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