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Jul 14 2013, 8:55am Anchor

[spoiler][/spoiler]Ok recently I was in a Gauntlet mood, so I went to play my copy of the game. I quickly found that both it, and Dark Legacy, no longer worked, I set out on an epic quest to find new copies of both of the games. Not only did I manage to find new copies of both games for a decent price, I also found a copy of Gauntlet Seven Sorrows. Since I hadn't played Seven Sorrows yet, I popped it in and...this sums up what I ran into (I apologize for the sound quality, I had to jury rig a mic):
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After posting that tirade, I finally calmed down enough to replay the original Gauntlet, then moved on to Dark Legacy. I quickly found that neither of them was nearly as fun as I remembered. Did the Gauntlet series really age that poorly, or is it just me?

Edited by: Thatmanoverthere

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Aug 7 2013, 8:17am Anchor

I played Gauntlet on the PSP (Midway Arcade Treasures) for the first time. I don't like it at all.

Edited by: Melerski

Aug 12 2013, 8:56am Anchor

Yeah they haven't aged as well as other games from back then but I find them still enjoyable.

Aug 6 2014, 10:44pm Anchor

I remember Gauntlet in the arcades (a place where you had to drive/walk to play video games). It sucked my quarters bad, and then I had it on the NES and then...that was it. It seemed like over the decades a bunch of games were inspired by this epic dungeon crawler.

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