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Submitted by Lavalamp 853d ago | review

DRM: Death Ray Manta review | EuroGamer

EuroGamer: "Perhaps the biggest tribute you can pay DRM is that, though its influences are many and obvious, you couldn't point to a single one and say 'there' - not even Jeff Minter's work. It doesn't play out quite like anything else, veering between brutal and whimsical all the time, and at its best it hits that shooter sweet spot: when your brain is absorbed, fingers moving in advance, the music's pumping, and your eyes observe genius skills emerging from some subterranean consciousness. So please don't quote this out of context, but I'm a big fan of DRM." (Death Ray Manta, iPad, iPhone, PC) 8/10

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