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Submitted by kewlrats 894d ago | review

Samurai G review: Running towards an invisible goal [SideQuesting]

Dali Dimovski of SideQuesting writes:

"Samurai G works fine at mixing pretty 3D visuals with a functional freerunning mechanic, but nothing more. It comes off as unoriginal and a bit shallow, and its relative shortness in length and gimmick removes any desire to come back to play it after the initial hour." (3DS, Samurai G) 2/5

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