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Submitted by Spectator1 463d ago | review

Crimson Shroud (3DS) Review | gamrReview

gamrReview: "This isn't the type of game that will appeal to a wide audience. Even seasoned RPG veterans might be put off by its slow, methodical nature when compared to most JRPGs. But gamers who decide to invest in Crimson Shroud will find a surprisingly deep, ambitious title that when compared to its Guild 01 cousins - Liberation Maiden and Aero Porter - offers the most bang for your money and is definitely worth a look if you’re a fan of tabletop and old-school Japanese RPGs." (3DS, Crimson Shroud) 7.6/10

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