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KISS Psycho Circus The Nightmare Child (Sega Dreamcast)
Name: KISS Psycho Circus The Nightmare Child (Sega Dreamcast)
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  • Description
    KISS Psycho Circus for Sega Dreamcast straps 3D gamers into a high-paced trip through a twisted world of horror inspired by the KISS legacy, conceived by the imagination of Todd McFarlane and brought to digital life by Third Law Interactive. Powered by a highly modified Lithtech 1.5, the Psycho Circus holds some 25 twisted freaks, 12 bone-smashing weapons, 16 ancient artifacts, scripted in-game cinematic, a slew of boss and mini-boss encounters, high voltage death match and four playable characters. To go from stranded mortal to all-powerful Elder you must attain six progressive levels of power and master each character's unique set of challenges and abilities. But beware, the path to the Nightmare Child's lair is lined with more monsters on-screen than any previous first-person shooter.


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