Laser Ghost

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[7074] - published by Sega. Average Reader Rating: 7.00

 


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2012-08-24
From: BluBlaDe   (
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Comments: Can we rape ghosts?

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2012-05-16
From: Rain   (
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Comments: I played this game when i was quite young, and didnt have a light phaser, so probably missed out on the full enjoyment of it. At the time i hated it, it's kind of like one of those noying levels on game where you have to protect someone, excpet..thats the whole game I'm sure with a light phaser though it wouldve been so much better. Graphically the look and feel of this game was pretty awesome though. and the music was excellent

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2011-12-03
From: BluBlaDe   (
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Comments: No you are just shooting a laser that becomes invisible. Nothing interesting in there.

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2011-05-03
From: Paul   (
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Comments: So, what, are you shooting ghosts with lasers here? What's the deal?

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2006-12-06
From: poophead   (
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Comments: very exasperatingly amazing game

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2006-08-23
From: Drew Meister   (
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Comments: The ironic thing about this game is that you don't really kill any ghosts until you get to the last level. Everything is either possessed or just plain weird.

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2006-08-23
From: Drew Meister   (
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Comments: Seriously this game is freakin' weird...One of the bosses is a pair of gigantic hands that shake you. Another is a huge portrait that comes off a wall and tries to kill you. Ummmm these cars with sharp teeth try and run you over!! These hanging men also just fall out of nowhere and again try to kill you! The list continues....

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2006-08-18
From: Peter   (
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Comments: Scariness aside, what good would it do to shoot a ghost? Oh shit, I've actually commented on a game!

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2006-08-18
From: Drew Meister   (
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Comments: I'm scarred by the memories of this game it is scary!!!!

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