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Submitted by TheFiddis 881d ago | review

Review: Party of Sin (Pixel Judge)

Indie and a platformer aren’t the words that inspire confidence. While some people like platforming – and I don’t judge them too harshly – personally I view it as something that takes place instead of actual fun gameplay, i.e. shooting. Unless it’s Mirror’s Edge, which was cool. But Party of Sin is closer to Mario than to parkouring Asian curriers and, while trying to emulate Trine, does it come any close or fails, crashes and burns, much like Lucifer? (Indie, Party of Sin, PC, Xbox 360) 1.5/5

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