Pixels, Polygons, and Pie

Legacy of the Wizard was one of the few entries in the Dragon Slayer series to make it to the West on the NES.  There’s so much to like about this game: a giant dungeon to explore, being able to play as a bunch of different characters, and the soundtrack was amazing.

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    Anyone else ever play this?
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    I remember this game. Finding the mother’s crown in particular was brutal. Faxanadu is actually a spinoff of the core...
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    I do believe Yuzo Koshiro was responsible for the soundtrack
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    I never knew what I was doing but the music was great.
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    Love this game and fully intend to play through my cart eventually, manual map making and all.
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    If you can beat this game legit, you are the most skilled gamer on the planet.
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