Cleopatra Fortune

Cleopatra Fortune

Compatible with Dreamcast™ (DC™)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
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Original Name  クレオパトラ フォーチュン
Official Release Date Jun 21, 2001
Genre Puzzle
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000190927
Catalog No.  T-16603M
Item Code  4994964118023
Players  1-2


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terramax02 (1) on 25, Mar. 2011 03:24 (HKT)
Addictive as ever
Brighter, cuter and cleaner than the arcade original, Cleopatra Fortune is just as addictive as ever. The music has been remixed with a more relaxing tone, and the backgrounds have a little more detail, but the game plays exactly the same as the original.

Also, along with the standard arcade mode is a new 'mystery' mode which is about getting rid of a all the blocks on the screen with a limited number of moves.

This version is pretty much identical to the PS1 version. So is it worth spending the high price for this game? No, not unless you're a serious Dreamcast collector like me or close to fanatical about the series.

If you've never played the game before - get hold of a cheaper copy either by playing the original on Taito Legends 2 or the PSX version.
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