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Submitted by -Mezzo- 776d ago | review

NowGamer - Dokuro Review

NowGamer - There’s been a slew of digital PS Vita games over the past couple of weekends, but many have been something of a disappointment.

Dokuro isn’t, however.

Take one look at Dokuro and you’ll likely be intrigued, and it’d be impossible to deny that the art style is one of the main reasons to be interested in this game.

Resembling a sort of pop-up storybook, Dokuro sees players control a wee skeleton who just wants to be noticed. He inadvertently helps a caged princess escape, hoping to one day catch her attention. (Dokuro, PS Vita) 7.5/10

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