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Submitted by triverse 426d ago | review

He-Man The Most Powerful Game in the Universe Review by Gaming on Batteries

Triverse writes, "Much like the fan service that we saw with the Transformers G1: Awakening title (reviewed in issue #1 of Gaming on Batteries Magazine), He-Man is a ton of fan service with a few hiccups that can be forgiven since they don’t break the game in any way. First up, the characters look like their cartoon counterparts from the original series (this version ignores the 2002 reboot and many of the other “wild” off shoots over the years). Skeletor’s laugh sounds like the original voice actor, at least close enough to fool anyone that hasn’t watched the series rather recently on either Netflix or on a DVD collection." (He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe, iPad, iPhone) 87/100

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