Trojan

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Trojan (闘いの挽歌, Tatakai no Banka, literally "Requiem for Battle") is a side-scrolling action game produced by Capcom originally released as a coin-operated video game in 1986. The arcade version was distributed in North America by Romstar and is included in Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 1 for PlayStation 2 and Xbox.

Home versions for DOS and the Nintendo Entertainment System were released during the same year. A ZX Spectrum version was programmed by Clive Townsend for Elite Systems in 1987 for their Durell publishing line of games, but was never released; a ROM has since been leaked from a collection of Townsend's ZX Microdrive disk files.

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Capcom, Romstar
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Last Modified: Jan 9, 2019

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Not to be confused with the computer virus, although I'd much rather get that one instead.
Don't get me wrong, the concept is okay and the game could be fun, the problem is that you have attacks from up and down stances. That is, when you're standing and crouching. So you CANNOT block attacks that come from the crouch stance when you're standing, and you cannot move while crouching either.
That makes for a very clunky and unnatural feeling gameplay, and the enemies HAVE NO TELL of which one their attack will be. 
That, along with the fact that you restart the whole game when you die and... Yeah. No.
The graphics are good, though, but that doesn't save this game.

Overall, rating out of 100:
Story: 0
Egh.

Gameplay: 0
Ugh.

Graphics: 20
They're pretty nice.

Sound/Music: 0
Agh.

That leaves Trojan with a horse worth 20 out of 400! This really makes you FEEL like you've been betrayed.
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