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Submitted by Lucario 759d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Sturmwind Review (Sega Dreamcast)

DHGF: Sturmwind is the first of at least five games for the Sega Dreamcast scheduled to be released in 2013 and it’s going to be hard to top this one. Sturmwind is by far the best shoot ‘em up released this year so far and I’m still blown away by how amazing the game looks and plays. Visually, Sturmwind is on par with any shooter I’ve seen released for current gen systems and the three different weapon systems really make the game stand out from the pack. If you are a fan of shoot ‘em ups and you own a Dreamcast, you owe it to yourself to hunt a copy of this down from either redspotgames or Play-Asia.com. You won’t regret it. (Culture, Retro) -

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