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Submitted by Wiiloveit 863d ago | review

Review: Sine Mora (darkzero)

"Of all the classic videogame genres that still linger today, 2D shoot 'em ups have arguably been one of the few that developers have turned into a science. While the visuals have improved, the enemy ships grown larger and the screens teeming with more bullets, the general premise of automatically flying from left to right and shooting down the weak points of enemy bosses remains unchanged. These days, the only way to make a shoot 'em up stand out is to introduce a unique new power and a widely different aesthetic. It is for those two reasons that Sine Mora deserves our attention." (darkzero) (PS Vita, Sine Mora) 8/10

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