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TurboGrafx remembered: Son Son II


1:41 AM on 05.24.2006



"A nice action platformer that's a bit on the cutesy side, but don't let that image fool you. This game is tough! It's a PC Engine only sequel to Capcom's 1984 Japanese arcade game featuring the monkey loosely based on a Chinese folktale. Son Son was predominantly memorable among the Japanese people, but the rest of the world had never heard of him until the game "Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes" came out." Story & video by Toneman





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