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Submitted by gazzara 680d ago | review

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz review - Mature-Gaming

One of the more iconic Sega franchises that is not named Sonic makes its long await return to the handheld consoles with Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz. 11 years since it was originally released, Super Monkey Ball has been unfortunate for not being able to recapture the magic that was contained in the first game over the course of its existence but instead has been plagued by bad luck. Sega has brought Super Monkey Ball back to its roots and redefined it for an experience closer to what we love, but the question is has Sega got the ball rolling or is it just steering off course. (PS Vita, Super Monkeyball: Banana Splitz) 4/5

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