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Submitted by doctorstrange 942d ago | review

Draw Slasher Review - PSLS

As you might expect from a $6 downloadable PlayStation Vita title, Draw Slasher doesn’t feature a sprawling narrative that sets up a story for the ages. Instead, you see a ninja named Hanzo walking home from Summer Camp, who is then quickly attacked by Pirate Monkey Zombies. - PSLS (Draw Slasher, PS Vita) 6/10

TrendyGamers  +   942d ago
Based on the leaderboards, it doesn't look like many people picked this one up.
-Mika-  +   942d ago
I don't have the game but do you know exactly how many people are on the leaderboard? It suks that it doing horribly. It priced correctly
ftwrthtx  +   942d ago
Sounds like Game of the Year material
dbjj12088  +   942d ago
It sounds cool... but... I'll pass.
knifefight  +   941d ago
No thanks.
Wedge19  +   941d ago
Marketing on this one was severely lacking... no matter the price point or how good/bad it is, if it's not marketed, no one will buy it.

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