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Submitted by kragg 421d ago | review

Sacred Citadel Review | Splitkick

Splitkick: Sacred Citadel ends up being a short footnote in the 2013 gaming landscape. It offers a decently crafted experience that unfortunately lacks anything of true interest to engage players for more than a playthrough. Again, while there is nothing technically wrong with the game, it feels uninspired and by-the-numbers which is a shame coming from the folks at Southend Interactive who made a title as inspired as Ilomilo. Sacred Citadel could be a budget purchase for a one night couch co-op session, but don’t expect much more than that from it. (PC, PS3, Sacred Citadel, Xbox 360) 7/10

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