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Submitted by Wiiloveit 804d ago | review

Puzzler World 2013 Review | Wiiloveit

"For template-driven affairs that succumb to the syndrome of annually rehashing old material, reinvention can be an energizing boost for the overall series. Deciding against such a move and instead sticking to the tried-and-true can be a risk simply for complacency reasons, but there are situations where this can pay off, such as when an entry is the premiere foray into a particular market. Though it is not the first of its kind on the respective platform it finds itself, this matches, to a degree, the direction of the latest iteration in the Puzzler World series." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Puzzler World 2013) 80/100

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