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Submitted by negative_zero 755d ago | review

Gunman Clive Review (3DS eShop) | Negative World

Andrew N. from Negative World writes: "I’m going to throw out a few names here to start; Mega Man. Donkey Kong Country. Super Mario Bros. 2. I suppose I better stop before I get you too excited. Gunman Clive, a Wild West themed platformer/shooter by Swedish developer Bertil Hörberg (it seems like every game I review lately is European-developed), pieces together minor elements from all of the above games; except in the case of Mega Man, from which it borrows quite heavily. The end result is not quite at the level of these esteemed games, but it is a decent effort nonetheless... while it lasts." (3DS, Gunman Clive) 8.1/10

Ben_Rage_3  +   755d ago
I had a few dollars left over in my eshop fund, so I picked this up the other day. It's actually fun and the perfect instant gratification game to play when you have a little downtime. Well worth 2 bucks.

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