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Submitted by Wiiloveit 979d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Spirit Hunters Inc: Light/Shadow - DSiWare Review

"For collectors in particular, taking notice of abnormalities in an environment comes almost naturally, and if you're an observant person it's hard to tune out of such a mode. Individuals of this mindset are often prompted to peer closely at textures; to weed through shrouding materials to uncover a displaced fragment of some kind. Such discoveries are often cause for further examination, but not for the goal of determining what caused the minor upset to the scene, as a detective or forensics specialist would be concerned with; rather, for less noble motives, to add to an existing, personal collection of materials and resources. In a way, Spirit Hunters Inc can be compared to the above process of specialized inspection, in the sense that little ties hang over its innocent delivery. It goes about executing its vision with a sense of normalcy and end-goals of apportioned amusement, wary not to construct anything beyond its means or what would demonstrate, in their view, misplaced complexity. But much rests with your personal tastes as to whether or not such a decision was for the ultimate benefit of the project." -- Wiiloveit.com (Nintendo DS, Spirit Hunters Inc.) 70/100

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