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Submitted by SoundGamer 927d ago | review

Derrick The Deathfin | Review [GamerXChange]

GXC: "When you mix The Punisher, Joe Danger, Odell Down Under, and wrap them all up in a nice bundle of arts and crafts, what do you get? Why, you get Derrick The Deathfin of course – The product of a two-man indie team collaboration, Different Tuna. Now available on the PlayStation Network, Derrick The Deathfin tells the story of a little shark on a journey of revenge and destruction – all told through the creative art styling of papercraft. With so many large AAA titles hitting retail at this time, it is easy to miss some of the downloadable titles that hit our gaming systems. Will Derrick The Deathfin be the catch of the day? Or will it sink before it can even swim?" (Derrick The Deathfin, PS3) 7/10

dboi787  +   928d ago
Hmm. Have a few bucks left on the store wallet, maybe I'll give this one a go.
ThatMiamiGuy  +   928d ago
Same here. There are just too many games coming out right now though, I will probably wait a while before I get it.

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