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Submitted by s8anicslayer 705d ago | review

Gamestyle - Retro/Grade Review

The Olympics are now over, but there are still plenty of awards in other fields that are up for grabs. For independent game developers, it could be said that Indiecade is their Olympics, a chance to put their hard work and effort on to the big stage. At Indiecade 2010, 24 Carat Games won the Audience award for their unique shooter Retro/Grade. They then spent a further 2 years improving and polishing the game. The wait is over, and Retro/Grade is about to be unleashed. (PS3, Retro/Grade) 9/10

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