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Submitted by GregE_EntFocus 772d ago | review

Entertainment Focus - Review: Black Knight Sword

Black Knight Sword feels like it was created for the 16-bit era when platforming games were tough and unforgiving. To get the most from the game you really need to experience it on at least normal difficulty. Fans of platform games or Suda 51 are certainly in for a treat while it lasts but the game is let down a little by its length and repetitive gameplay. (Black Knight Sword, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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