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Submitted by -Mezzo- 668d ago | review

Gi - Black Rock Shooter The Game (PSP) Review

Gi - The eponymous character behind Black Rock Shooter: The Game is inspired by a drawing of the same name by illustrator Ryohei “Huke” Fuke. Any gamer would be forgiven if they had no idea that Black Rock Shooter (BRS) had inspired songs, mangas, an anime series and an original video animation. Though BRS has appeared across several mediums, the only unifying constant is this black haired girl with a flaming blue eye and an enormous gun that shoots rocks. And here she is again staring in a PSP game developed by Imageepoch that was released in Japan almost two years ago, which was just localized by NIS America. So is this game from 2011 enjoyable enough to warrant a purchase? (Black Rock Shooter, PSP) 76/100

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