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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 773d ago | review

Destructoid- Review: Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger

DToid:Like a lot of country music, The Last Ranger suffers from being repetitive and overly simplistic at times. Thankfully, it's very well performed, infectious, and packed with plenty of personality. If you play in occasional 20-30 minutes burst, you may never grow tired of this composition, but if you try to marathon through this album of outlaw armadillo hits, you'll be tempted to put the thing down for good. (3DS, Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger) 7.5/10

Jackhass  +   773d ago
Hmmm, I liked the first one, but this one seems a little too similar.

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