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Old 07 January 2005, 10:24   #37
dreamkatcha
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I played the SNES version of SOTB the other day for the first time, and there's just no comparison. The music and graphics didn't move me at all like they did with the original - what that excelled at was its ability to create an eery ambiance, a sense of foreboding and intrigue. I equate the game to a sophisticated (not a fairground) ghost train ride; it's a wonderful experience, but you don't necessarily want to re-live it because doing so would tarnish your memory of it and chip away at the magic. It was the perfect poster child for the Amiga as long as prospective buyers only saw it running behind a glass case or on TV.
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