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Submitted by kewlrats 741d ago | review

Crimson Shroud review: Rough around the hand-painted edges

Steven Strom writes:

"The idea of a short, inexpensive micro-RPG that focuses on replayability through new game+ rather than homogeneous padding is brilliant, and perfectly suited to handhelds like the 3DS and Vita. Unfortunately, Crimson Shroud weighs down its own lean package with too many UI oddities, trial-and-error gameplay and cliched plot points to let its own brilliance soar." (3DS, Crimson Shroud) 3/5

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