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Submitted by Lavalamp 440d ago | review

Project X Zone Review | Worth Playing

Worth Playing: "I desperately wanted to like Project X Zone. It does a lot of things right, even if it doesn't do them as well as other titles in the same genre. The translation is solid, the presentation is good, and the gameplay seems like it could be interesting. Alas, the game ends up being too tedious. Every stage feels like a lengthy slog through harmless enemies while the same attack animations play over and over again. If you're looking for good gameplay, there are better strategy-RPGs available on the 3DS, such as Fire Emblem: Awakening. If you can put up with that sort of thing to see wacky crossover antics, then you'll have a great time. If you're not, then no amount of Dante teasing Dimitri is going to change your mind." (3DS, Project X Zone) 7/10

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