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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 700d ago | review

Edge-Orgarhythm Vita Review

Edge:At its best, Orgarhythm’s disparate ingredients coalesce into scenes of thrilling tribal warfare, a winningly eclectic soundtrack stirring your men to march into battle. Too often, however, you end up feeling like your fragmented cabal: disorientated, frustrated and battered into submission by an unforgiving enemy, with little reason to keep on fighting. (Orgarhythm, PS Vita) 4/10

Canary  +   700d ago
This is a game that appealed to me when I first heard about it, but never bought.

I'm glad I played the demo, because I really didn't care for it.

It's an interesting concept, but I think the rhythm and strategy genres are just too disparate to mesh well together--at least simultaneously.

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