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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 957d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan Review

Pocket Gamer: What, you may ask, is the Shroud of Morrigan? We're still not sure. Irish developer bitSmith Games claims its action-RPG combines celtic mythology with a steampunk aesthetic, but really it's just an inscrutable exercise in the bizarre.

Don't take that as a criticism, though. The story of Ku's quest to retrieve a magical ring - the source of power to a quaint village adrift on an island in the clouds - may be a baffling wisp of a thing, but its strangeness is part of its charm. (iPad, Ku: Shroud Of The Morrigan) 6/10

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