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Submitted by mathsman 1001d ago | review

In-depth Review: Akai Katana - Electronic Theatre

The recent collaborative effort between Rising Star Games and CAVE has seen some fantastic titles be made available in PAL territories that otherwise might have passed us by. Deathsmiles: Deluxe Edition and Dodonpachi Resurrection: Deluxe Edition are the most obvious examples, but there are also a number of other releases that CAVE may not have had the courage to localise, such as NIN-2 JUMP and the Windows Phone 7 release of Dodonpachi Maximum. The third title to come by way of the UK based publisher however, is arguably the best of all. (Akai Katana, Akai Katana Shin, Xbox 360) 89/100

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