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Submitted by get2sammyb 308d ago | review

Sacred Citadel (PlayStation Network) Review - Push Square

Push Square: "Sacred Citadel mixes large dollops of admiration towards classic retro hack-and-slash games in a hot pot, which adds depth to its flavour with spicy upgrades, a varied combo move-set, intuitive controls, and level-up attributes for each of the four unique characters. Boosting your hero's capabilities is well implemented, but the recipe is weakened as it over-empowers the player and the broth is watered down as a result. Therefore, it becomes moreish, but monotonous, if you choose to progress by mashing buttons. However, through a fondness for the side-scrolling beat-'em-up genre, Southend Interactive has concocted a fun arcade PSN snack, which is even tastier in local and online three-player co-op." (PS3, Sacred Citadel) 7/10

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