Capcom’s devilish hero Firebrand first regarded as an worrying, antagonizing enemy character in Ghosts ‘N Goblins. After that memorable supporting position, someone at Capcom saw something extra for the flying demon and determined to present him his own collection – along with Gargoyle’s Quest at the Game Boy, Gargoyle’s Quest II on the NES and this game, their 16-bit’sequel Demon’s Crest. This one, alas, did not do this properly. Not because it changed into a terrible game – we wouldn’t be honoring it if it have been. But due to the fact, for something purpose, it bombed in income. Maybe parents took offense to the creepy demonic artwork on its field? Maybe the game was too hard for gamers to address? Who knows why, but Demon’s Crest in some way managed to earn an thrilling difference among the entire SNES library – it have become the most effective Super Nintendo identify in records to real check in terrible income at one factor. That approach, inside the path of one week, there had been extra people who lower back the game to get their money back than there have been others who genuinely bought and saved it. Ouch.