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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 511d ago | review

GameZebo: Merlin's Rage Review

GameZebo: I’m familiar with what it means to belong to a genre. I understand that when a given genre contains multiple titles, those titles will share certain similarities. What I still don’t quite get, however, is why I’ve played Merlin’s Rage three separate times now. Each time it was a different title with different art assets, but the core game has been exactly the same. I mean it’s fun, but what the heck? (iPad, iPhone, Merlin's Rage) 4/5

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