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Submitted by newgamernation 956d ago | review

Review: Anarchy Reigns (New Gamer Nation)

Beat ‘em ups have been all but down for the count for the better part of a decade now. Long gone are the days of Double Dragon, Streets of Rage and Final Fight and with them, the prominence of this once beloved faction of gaming has dwindled. After nearly a year wait, Platinum Games latest offering has finally made it to western shores and with it some hope of a revival. For the most part, it was worth the wait, but has some short comings holding it back from being the champion this genre needs. (Anarchy Reigns, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

8bitHero  +   956d ago
i wasnt going to purchase any games until ive made a decent dent into my backlog(w/ the exception of ni no kuni since i have it preordered) but im gonna get this on saturday to show some support for the developer, id love to see more games like this come out in the future, we got way too many me too shooters this gen.

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