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Submitted by mathsman 637d ago | review

In-depth Review: Panic! - Electronic Theatre

The launch of PlayStation Mobile as a new digital format has been greeted with a fairly muted response from the videogames industry at large. Accepted as the natural evolution of the PS minis programme, some publishers have jumped at the chance to produce one title that can be played on a multitude of devices while others simply see it as a secondary option to iOS in the same fashion as Android or Windows Phone productions. One publisher that has been quick to capitalise on the initiative as it meets its early adopters is Ripstone, with Panic! now available as one of their earliest projects. (Android, Casual games, Mobile, Panic!, PS Vita, PS3, PSP) 47/100

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