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Review: Big Sky Infinity | TGR

TGR writes:

"One stick moves your craft. The other determines where you’ll be shooting stuff. Sound familiar? That’s because it’s been the formula for pretty much every dual stick shooter throughout the past generation of console gaming. Whether it’s the brilliant Super Stardust or that awful Ghostbusters game from last year, it’s a very well used and well known formula. So how does a developer make their game a bit more interesting and stand out from the crowd? By making every single game totally different, that’s how." (Big Sky Infinity, PS Vita, PS3) 7/10

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