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Submitted by Rowland 930d ago | review

Edge: Inversion Review - Polished, sure, but it won't turn the cover shooter genre on its head

Edge: Examine Inversion’s control layout, familiar weapon limit and macho cast, plus the flow of its set-pieces, and you’ll soon discover that developer Saber Interactive isn’t afraid to ape the genre’s best.

But there’s also a pleasant reminder of last-gen’s oft-overlooked Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy with Inversion’s central innovation – the ability to fire gravity-manipulating beams from your ‘Gravlink’ – a direct descendant of the latter’s telekinesis powers. (Inversion, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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