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Submitted by Nerd4Sure 919d ago | review

Nerd4Sure.com - Retro/Grade Review - Back in Time

Written by Alex Myers - "2012 has been a strange year for games, one of the major factors in this is that rhythm games are back in full force. As this generations franchises dwindle to an end, fresh ideas in games become harder to find, with developers instead focusing on iterating what they have already done to perfection. PlayStation Network is one of the few platforms where new and unique games can be released frequently to a major market, delivering amazing new rhythm games like Dyad, Sound Shapes, Retro/Grade and Rock Band Blitz all in the second half of this year." (PS3, Retro/Grade) 5/5

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