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Submitted by Blues Cowboy 685d ago | review

Skulls Of The Shogun Review: Low-Fat, Full Flavour Strategy | Dealspwn

Dealspwn.com writes: "Death is only the beginning for General Akamoto. Killed at the moment of his greatest triumph, the haughty warlord discovers that heaven is little more than an enormous queue, and decides that eternity could be better spent conquering the afterlife and smashing all who oppose him into bonemeal. Something we can all relate to after waiting in the post office for a tax disc." (PC, Skulls of the Shogun, Xbox 360) 8/10

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