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Submitted by ian86 856d ago | review

Crash Planets [PlayStation Mobile Review] | ShogunGamer.com

Ian Fisher writes: Evoking shades of the mid-tier/low budget PS2/PSP games that are released in Japan, Crash Planets has a concept that is silly yet could’ve made for a fun game if it wasn’t for the constant control issues that plague the experience. Compared to the other key offerings made on PlayStation Mobile within the last two months, Crash Planets is a valiant effort considering its origins, but it fails to meet the standards that make for an entertaining game, even when looked upon as a bite-sized adventure. (Android, Crash Planets, Mobile, PS Vita) 5/10

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