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Submitted by STGuy1040 996d ago | review

Black Rock Shooter Review | PixelPerfectGaming

At its foundation, BRS resembles most role-playing games. The game world is divided into ‘zones’ that have their exits blocked by ‘Territory Boxes’. To reach the next area, the player must destroy all the enemies currently present in the zone. This process is repeated until you finally reach the end of the main level, where a ‘Territory Seal’ blocks your way. These seals are guarded by vicious, high level area bosses that must be defeated before you can move on to the next chapter. The levels are linear with little to explore, but they do contain hidden items and shortcuts to certain mission objectives. (Black Rock Shooter, PSP) 5/5

Black-Rock-Shooter  +   996d ago
Great Review!!!

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