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Submitted by gokuking 963d ago | news

Dokuro launches October 16 in North America for $19.99 on PSN

PSN-exclusive Dokuro launches October 16 for Vita in North America. European release date TBA. (Dokuro, PS Vita)

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DivineAssault  +   963d ago
damn $20? i was hoping for $15.. well, if it gets good scores i dont mind paying for it.. If they made a good game, ill support em
izumo_lee  +   962d ago
It may be $15 for PS+ members so it is still a possibility.
StaceyDGuerra  +   962d ago
Well $20 is worth for a good game
Xof  +   962d ago
But is it a good game? And even if it is, does it have enough content to justify that price?

'Cause from where I'm sitting, it looks like another aesthetic platformer, like Winterbottom, Braid, Limbo, etc.--games that have looked and played great, but haven't had much in the way of actual content.
Chikatofuka  +   962d ago
yey! finally! waiting is going to end! Dokuro will be mine!!!

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