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Rolan's Curse II, known in Japan as Velious II: Fukushuu no Jashin (ベリオスII 復讐の邪神) is a video game developed by NMK and released for the Game Boy in 1992. It is the sequel to the original Rolan's Curse.

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  • Rolan's Curse II, known in Japan as Velious II: Fukushuu no Jashin (ベリオスII 復讐の邪神) is a video game developed by NMK and released for the Game Boy in 1992. It is the sequel to the original Rolan's Curse.
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  • Rolan's Curse II, known in Japan as Velious II: Fukushuu no Jashin (ベリオスII 復讐の邪神) is a video game developed by NMK and released for the Game Boy in 1992. It is the sequel to the original Rolan's Curse.
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