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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:35pm 05/08/09 | 4 Comments
Fans of the classics can rejoice, as Giana Sisters DS revives a relic of a platform masterpiece in Giana Sisters DS.

You may remember the game from such platforms as Commodore 64, Amiga or ST, but if you don't, it's no matter as the gameplay innovations and atmosphere have been brought back and are still as relevant in fun as ever, meaning you don't really need to be an old-schooler to get it.

James is an old-schooler though, so we let him run with an obvious favourite in today's review. For actual screenshots (too small for the review) head into our Giana Sisters DS game page.



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darkjedi
Posted 03:23pm 05/8/09
So it's finally made our shores? Nice.

What did you think of it Steve? or not your Fort ?
`ViPER`
Posted 04:52pm 05/8/09
Nice, giana sisters was realy hard, or at least it was when I was playing it when I was 8 on my commodore 64.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:47pm 05/8/09
I haven't played it darkjedi - from james' review though, I'm pretty keen
ara
Posted 08:56pm 05/8/09

I loved this game on the Amiga.
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