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Submitted by jjdoyle 1213d ago | review

Samurai G Review - NintendoLife

"The 'G' is for 'garbage'
UFO Interactive's eShop releases seemed to be on a slow but steady progression towards quality, with Johnny Kung Fu almost breaking through this underwhelming barrier. But then along comes Samurai G to pee in everyone's cereal.
Samurai G is like being presented with a spoon and a bowl full of live bees: just one look is enough to grasp what horrors await, and one scoop later you find yourself with a mouth full of bees and it's unsurprisingly horrid. Confusion, stinging, pointless agony and existential questioning follow.", writes NintendoLife. (3DS, Samurai G) 1/10

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