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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 812d ago | review

Labyrinth Legends Review | Digital Chumps

Digital Chumps write:

"There isn't anything inherently wrong with disposability. Taco Bell is disposable. Greeting cards are disposable. Paul Walker's entire career is disposable. All of these things can be enjoyed for small moment in time before being inevitably forgotten. When it comes to videogames if you pay sixty bucks for a game it sure as hell shouldn't be disposable, but if you drop the barrier of entry below ten dollars, the possibility of being used and discarded becomes easier to manage. This is where we are with Labyrinth Legends, a top-down dungeon crawling romp that entertains and satisfies for a few fleeting hours." (Labyrinth Legends, PS3) 7.2/10

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