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Submitted by pixlbit 801d ago | review

PixlBit's Karateka Review

PixlBit | "Remakes can breathe new life into classic games, which despite being paragons of their time, are now becoming relics of the past. They represent a chance to update more than graphics and sound, but also gameplay and value to match contemporary standards without compromising the timeless elements for which they were originally known. Karateka, a remake of the 1984 martial arts-themed Apple II game of the same title, is true to its roots but aims unfortunately low in terms of bringing something new to the table." (Karateka, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

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