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Submitted by mrthedge 885d ago | review

STP: The World Ends With You: Solo Remix Review

Slide To Play writes: "When the original The World Ends With You came out for the Nintendo DS in 2008, it quickly earned its place as one of the best role-playing games on the platform. The game was made by Square Enix, but it’s a far cry from their traditional fare of Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. The setting, story, and combat system make the game more modern and streamlined. And now it’s on iOS." (iPad, iPhone, The World Ends With You - Solo Remix) 4/4

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Stephen5543  +   885d ago
I love TWEWY, and I was absolutely heated at the announcement of this on the iOS instead of an actual new game. Like severely pissed, but nothing about this version is gimped. If anything I've enjoyed it slightly more then the original. I know that won't be a popular opinion, but by no means is this a bad version of the game. It fits iOS much better then I was originally expecting.
galantmon   885d ago | Spam

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