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Submitted by barkingspace 738d ago | review

Toronto Thumbs Review: Labyrinth Legends

From the Review:

"If you’re looking for a quick dungeon crawling fix, then Creat Studios’ Labyrinth Legends might just be the game for you. This hack-and-slash is light on narrative and heavy on the fun, rekindling the feeling of playing Hack or Rogue (for us older gamers). And for the new crowd? Well, it gives a modern take on old favourites, introducing simplicity to a generation weaned on cut-scenes. There is a time and place for the dungeon crawl, and when Labyrinth Legends is on your PS3 (downloaded from the PSN), that time and place is pretty much anytime that you want – on your couch." (Labyrinth Legends, PS3) -

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