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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 891d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Ikaruga Review

Pocket Gamer: Ikaruga is one of those rare video games that seem to generate feelings of intense nostalgia and reverence whenever their names are uttered in the company of other players.

Originally released on the Sega Dreamcast (and exclusive to its native Japan), it found global fame on the Nintendo GameCube and was recently resurrected to much fanfare on Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade. (Android, Ikaruga) 8/10

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