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Submitted by JRPGLuva 878d ago | review

Planet Crashers Review | Tech-Gaming

Although Planet Crashers does offer rather a lengthy adventure for its $9.99 purchase price, a majority of that time is spent performing repetitive tasks. (3DS, Planet Crashers) C-/A+

JRPGLuva  +   878d ago
Crash and Burn, like the old 3DO game.
madmad  +   878d ago
Aren't almost all RPGs repetitive? Level grind to defeat boss, repeat...
RaptorMan  +   878d ago
Nah, dude. New weapons, armor, spells, abilities, etc.
CharmingMan  +   878d ago
Wasn't this supported to be a cartridge at one time? Sounds like they scaled back.
mediastudies  +   878d ago
Yep, it was. Who knows what happened to it.
sharpsword  +   878d ago
Looks very Animal Crossing to me.

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