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Submitted by GameTechZero 1133d ago | review

Game:Modo - A-maze-ing Labyrinth Legends Review

There's a distillation that becomes apparent when playing Labyrinth Legends. This is a game that focuses on a some key elements, sprinkles in other familiar aspects of the genre from which it derives, and is light on what takes away from the core. What it does almost feels like a new genre, but Labyrinth Legends is going to have a familiar feel to it - especially for those well-versed in dungeon exploration. While it may be lacking in some ways, these aren't going to take away from what is an entertaining experience comprised of adventuring and solving puzzles. (Labyrinth Legends, PS3) -

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