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Submitted by Lavalamp 809d ago | review

EscapeVektor Review | EDGE

EDGE: "It’s a smart concept, skilfully realised in the main, and yet it’s compromised by a truly boneheaded piece of design: the default perspective offers such a limited view of the field of play that you’re forced to squeeze the zoom button throughout to make it playable, with no option to toggle it. There’s a nugatory narrative that only serves to delay the action, too, and it’s these twin frustrations that needlessly hobble an otherwise entertaining throwback." (3DS, escapeVektor) 6/10

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