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Submitted by GreenRanger 999d ago | review

Dokuro Review | Video Game Writers

videogamewriters.com: Back in July, a little budget-priced puzzle platformer by the name of Dokuro quietly made its way onto the Japanese PSN. Perhaps it was due to Japan’s aversion to download-only games, or perhaps they feared that the lower price meant it was a subpar title, but whatever the reason, Dokuro came and went with little fanfare. Though the Japanese version came equipped with a full English localization, making it very import-friendly for those willing to jump through Sony’s hoops to access the Japanese PSN on their PS Vitas, the newly-formed GungHo Online Entertainment America surprised many by announcing that it would be their first title for North America. Thanks to them, Dokuro can reach a whole new audience, and it’s definitely in the running to be one of the best puzzle titles of 2012. (Dokuro, PS Vita) 4.5/5

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