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Submitted by Mariye 664d ago | review

Mamorukun Curse Review: A curse you can live with | GamerTell

From the review, "As a longtime fan of the oft ignored shoot ‘em up genre, [Noah Bradley] was quite excited to see something new for me to sink my bullet-thirsty teeth into. Apart from this year’s brilliant indie title Rhythm Destruction, there hasn’t really been a decent shmup in recent memory that has dared to push the envelope of this so easily botched style of gaming. Mamorukun Curse falls into the shmup subgenre known as a cute ‘em up, which features colorful graphics, lighthearted stories, and whimsical characters, all while adhering to the difficult nature of its primary genre." (Mamorukun Curse!, PS3) C+/A+

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