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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 578d ago | review

Scribblenauts Unlimited Review | GamerSyndrome

GamerSyndrome writes:

"I won’t hide it: I’m a big Scribblenauts fan. The series developed by 5th Cell managed to capture the heart and minds of all who played it with a simple yet captivating formula which focuses on players’ creativity to clear puzzles and complete the game. It’s almost old school in its pick up and play attitude: there’s almost no story, just gameplay. The series had two Ds entries before finally making the jump onto home consoles and Pc. Let’s find out if Scribblenauts unlimited is still as good as it was on DS or if the format didn’t translate so well on bigger screens." (Scribblenauts Unlimited, Wii U) 9/10

Nikowa  +   574d ago
This game is awesome accept how you play online

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