Dark Law: Meaning of Death

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Dark Law: Meaning of Death
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
ASCII Corporation
ASCII Corporation
Commercial
RPG
Cartridge
Super Famicom Controller
Super Famicom
Retail Features
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Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Super Famicom
March 281997
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Dark Law: Meaning of Death is a 32-megabit, 1997 Super Famicom release—one of the last in the system's history. A ASCII Corporation production, it is the sequel to Dark Lord. Its battles are similar in form to Treasure Hunter G—they use a power bar that drains with movement and action, except that battles are not restricted to 16x16 squares. Like a game that popularized the trend, Chrono Trigger, the game has multiple endings.

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