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Submitted by kartanym 533d ago | review

IGM Reviews 'Fractured Soul' - Old School Hardcore

Having two screens on a portable device lends a whole bunch of extra incentive for developers to play around with their concepts, yet most games seem to stick with the ‘top screen is the action, bottom screen for map/stats’ idea for Nintendo’s 3DS. The same can’t be said for Fractured Soul by Endgame Studios, a platformer that’s a little rough around the edges but survives on its high level of challenge and a unique play style. (3DS, Fractured Soul) 81/100

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