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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 556d ago | review

Black Knight Sword (PS3) Review | Gaming Illustrated

Gaming Illustrated writes:

"With 2012 almost at an end and all the big name titles released weeks prior, Black Knight Sword is in an interesting spot to grab a little bit of last-minute attention. Initially, the interesting visuals, the ten dollar price tag, and Grasshopper Manufacture/Suda 51 seal of recognition make for a compelling buy. The pieces are all there for a downloadable nugget of greatness, but strange design choices and unforgiving difficulty make Black Knight Sword more of a cautionary tale." (Black Knight Sword, PS3) 76/100

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