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Submitted by H2OAcidic 922d ago | review

Marooners' Rock Review: Mugen Souls (PS3)

Adam writes:

"There is a certain expectation that comes with seeing NIS at the opening. As the stalwart hold over for traditional Japanese RPG’s, NIS offers a regular injection for those of us with old school sensibilities. Mugen Souls looked to be a fun, turn based romp that would satiate those that crave turn based combat. It was clear it wouldn’t appeal to a massive audience, but it also managed to be such an offensive and ridiculous game that the appeal extends to only a small group of perverts, overshadowing the best elements that would make Mugen Souls a rather enjoyable, if archaic, experience. While the argument over cultural differences can mitigate a bit of the strangeness, that excuse shouldn’t be a free pass." (Mugen Souls, PS3) -

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