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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 534d ago | review

GameZebo: Dungeon Hearts Review

GameZebo: In what is a sentence that I'm about to have taken wildly out of context from this point onwards, the “match-3” sub-genre shares a key similarity with the works of William Shakespeare. That being: it's at the focal point of people's obsession with “reinvention.” In the same way you'd be hard pressed to go watch a performance of Hamlet today without hearing about the bold choice to set it in a dystopian future or the wild west, each new jewel, orb, or color-matching release comes complete with a twist. (Dungeon Hearts, iPad, PC) 3/5

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