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Submitted by Wiiloveit 685d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Wreck-It Ralph - DS Review

"Demolition sites are some of the most disturbed settings provoked by man-made methods, with violent amounts of leftover rubble requiring a vicious clean-up effort. In the aftermath of these surfacing displays of destruction, it would be utterly delusional to then think that the resulting vestige could serve to help reconstruct or devise a new shelter; yet it is with similar levels of delirium that the videogame accompaniment to Wreck-It Ralph has been developed. Exhibiting much more than just wear and tear, it would only be in anguish to expose yourself to the travesty that is the DS version, the fragments of which are very troubling in their poorly-considered state." -- Wiiloveit.com (Nintendo DS, Wreck-It-Ralph) 27/100

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