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Submitted by jjdoyle 1032d ago | review

Back To Nature Review - NintendoLife

"It’s a well-known fact that Nintendo’s WiiWare service has its limitations. Developers must reportedly cram their games into a paltry 40MB, and the system’s lack of horsepower can no doubt play a considerable role in curbing some game design ideas. Nevertheless, many independent studios have risen to the challenge and we’ve seen some impressive efforts over the years.", writes NintendoLife. (Back to Nature, Wii) 1/10

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