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Bruce Lee: Return to SNES

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Bruce Lee is returning to 16-bit consoles*. It's been years since the success of Bruce Lee: Enter The Dragon on Super Nintendo and Mega Drive, and now their estranged sibling the Game Boy Advance is welcoming Bruce Lee in his aptly titled Return of the Legend - due out this March from Vivendi.

Oh no, you're thinking, it's going to be another sodding Quest for the Dragon. But no, it shouldn't be. Firstly Vicarious Visions are behind this one, and despite their hit-and-miss reputation, they can generally handle 2D platform/adventure titles like Bruce Lee - who will have to rely on elements of stealth as well as the jump button in order to Return fully.

As you might expect, it's a basic revenge story, with Bruce using all his martial arts skills (including fists of fury) along with an arsenal comprising knockout darts, the bo staff and nunchakus to overcome his adversaries.

And it's out in March. Watch out for our review closer to the time.

* Sort of.

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