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Submitted by wheresmymonkey 672d ago | review

Black Knight Sword Review - LaserLemming.com

"Black Knight Sword; the latest game in a series of collaborations between Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture, is probably the latter studios weirdest game. For the studio that brought us the likes of ‘No More Heroes’ and’ Killer 7’ that really is saying something." (Black Knight Sword, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

djslimzz  +   672d ago
I'll be blunt with you, I do not agree with the score you gave it. In my opinion 3.5 or even 3 would have been more appropriate. As for the Review... I liked it, but I suggest making it slightly shorter, since it is an XBLA game after all. I have a feeling that the score isn't objective though!
wheresmymonkey  +   672d ago
thanks for reading my review. I have a habit of rambling when I like a game. thus it's length. The score is based on the fact that i really enjoyed my time with it.

a 4/5 at laserlemming = 8/10 its a solid game, but not perfect.
djslimzz  +   672d ago
:)

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