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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase the Namco Museum Collection 2 on the Evercade systems. The Tower of Druaga is one of those video games that was included on that cartridge. I played The Tower of Druaga for a little bit and then watched the complete anime related to this video game. The anime taught me a lot about the video game I did not know. So that was really cool.

Graphically The Tower of Druaga did not really impress me. We put our sword out and run into the enemies. This does not always work very well which is a real annoyance. I had all kinds of challenges figuring out how to play The Tower of Druaga because there are no directions. Try different things and see what works out. Playing The Tower of Druaga felt like a gamble. I never knew if I would take them out or if they would hurt me when we collided.

The music in The Tower of Druaga is fantastic. I really got into the music while I played The Tower of Druaga. For me this is one of the aspects of The Tower of Druaga that saves it from being a failure. There are a variety of different enemies to dispatch in the levels in The Tower of Druaga. There are some fun special effects as we deal with the monsters in The Tower of Druaga.

The enemies in The Tower of Druaga have some real random movements. I know The Tower of Druaga is an 8-bit NES video game but the AI feels like they are from the Atari 2600 era to me. The levels feel like they are randomly generated as well as the AI movements. I keep in mind that The Tower of Druaga is from 1984. The Tower of Druaga has nothing to do with the George Orwell book that I can tell.

The Tower of Druaga is an interesting game from the 80s. I did have some fun while playing The Tower of Druaga. The anime got me more interested in the game than when I actually played it. If I had the time I would dig deeper into The Tower of Druaga. I see why The Tower of Druaga earned a cult following. Maybe the anime helped with that as well.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Evercade/ NES
Publisher: Namco
Developer: Namco
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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