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Submitted by mcroberts 912d ago | review

Labyrinth Legends Review - Midlife Gamer

Simon Stevens says:"Labyrinth Legends is an attempt at a new genre from the team at Creat but if I’m being totally honest, you would think that they were an old hand at Dungeon Crawlers; joining together enjoyable combat with clever level design and brilliant head scratching puzzles. Don’t get me wrong, Labyrinth Legends isn’t perfect and it occasionally stumbles over its own feet when the puzzles try to be that little bit too clever but it remains enjoyable throughout – as long as you have the patience to see the game through to the end." (Labyrinth Legends, PS3) 8/10

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