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Submitted by mathsman 453d ago | review

In-depth Review: Crash City Mayhem - Electronic Theatre

Of all the genres available to the best selling handheld console the world over it’s arguably the arcade style racer that’s underrepresented. An odd situation to say the least, given that racing videogames remain as popular today as ever they were, and so it’s perhaps predictable that smaller teams would like to get in on the action. This is where Crash City Mayhem comes in, with Ghostlight jumping onto the Nintendo eShop with an offering that stands out from their typical core gamer line-up. (3DS, Crash City Mayhem) 36/100

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