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Frenzy review. http:www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts, hats, mugs & gear! http:www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room reviews FRENZY arcade machine from Stern released in 1982, the spiritual sequel to Berzerk. Frenzy is an awesome videogame, Frenzy is a great arcade game, Frenzy is in CODE OF SILENCE next to Chuck Norris!!! Frenzy is similar to Berzerk but requires different strategies. The walls won't kill you this time around, in fact you can shoot through them. So can enemies. Attempt to shoot robots as quickly as possible before Evil Otto hops on screen and ends your life. Frenzy is amazing!!

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