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Submitted by pixlbit 1135d ago | review

PixlBit's Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper Review

PixlBit | The Warriors series caters to a very particular type of gamer. It’s the gamer that enjoys the most simple of things when it comes to their hobby. The level of entry needs to highly accessible – mechanics relegated to a few basics that can be picked up with ease, even if mastering them takes some practice. The gamer needs to feel powerful – the ability to take on huge swathes of enemies at a time with little effort. There should be collectables of the low hanging fruit variety, with the larger goal of “completion” nestled at the end, just out of reach, but completely attainable. (Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper, Wii U) 2/5

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