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Submitted by yeahbeer 752d ago | review

Dokuro Review - Gamer Chatter

Every game has its henchmen, the nameless, faceless minions that follow the main enemy. But what happens when one rebels, finding something better to fight for. Enter Dokuro, the little skeleton that abandoned his job for love. When his boss, the Dark Lord brings back a captured Princess, Dokuro falls head over heels and takes it upon himself to get her to safety. (Dokuro, PS Vita) 8/10

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