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Submitted by aprea 1165d ago | review

Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS Review - Dusty Cartridge

Dan from Dusty Cartridge writes: Scribblenauts always struck me as a game too clever by half. Sure, it had some interesting new ideas, a great premise and a loveable art style, but poor implementation and mechanics that didn’t feel fully formed dragged the whole package down. Developers 5th Cell may have just changed all that with Scribblenauts Unlimited – gaming’s greatest psychotic Litmus test. (3DS, Scribblenauts Unlimited) 7/10

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