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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 538d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Dream Chaser Review

Pocket Gamer: Most endless-runners don't give you a narrative - just a motivation. Temple Run is all about getting away from monkeys, and Canabalt is all about just getting away. Even the games that do dally with a proper story do so with one eye on the fact that no one's going to really care.

In Dream Chaser's Story mode, some of the talking-head cutscenes that occur before your magical sprints are longer than the levels themselves. Thankfully, they're skippable, but it highlights the fact that this is a game that often focuses on the wrong things. (Dream Chaser, iPhone) 6/10

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