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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 702d ago | review

Platform Nation: Malicious Review

Platform Nation: I’ve always said that Sony doesn’t get enough credit for their digital offerings, with Steam sales and the Microsoft’s Summer of Arcade typically garnering most of the headlines. For a major publisher, Sony’s catalog is pretty bizarre: Linger in Shadows, The Last Guy, Trash Panic, Datura, to name just a few. None of them are completely successful, but they’re novel enough that you can look past technical failings. This week, it’s time to add Malicious to that group. Sandwiched between critical darling Dyad and the Play promotional lineup, it’s bound to be overlooked, but fans of old school boss fights will find much to love. (Malicious, PS3) -

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