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Submitted by GodisaGeek 505d ago | review

Dokuro Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "Dokuro is a lengthy, charming platformer that, when on top of its game, provides a fine puzzle challenge with some extremely well-designed levels and a wonderful chalky art style, deeply reminiscent of a childrens’ book or the works of Tim burton, that really captures the imagination. It is keenly priced – something that will irk Japanese gamers who had to shell out full price for their release of the game – and provides a decent challenge. While it doesn’t push itself into the upper echelons of what is available elsewhere on the PlayStation Store, it is certainly one of the best to have arrived for the PlayStation Vita, and on a system starved of attention, you could do worse than snaffle this up for some Princess-saving fun." (Dokuro, PS Vita) 7/10

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