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Submitted by ShadyDevil 924d ago | review

Project X Zone Review-TGH

TGH Writes: "Crossovers between video games has always been the dream. Everybody has always wondered at least once, “what if this game character appears in another game’s universe?” Many titles have already put this into action, Marvel vs. Capcom, Super Smash Bros, Street Fighter X Tekken, Cross Edge, Dissidia: Final Fantasy, to name but a few. This time, three prolific Japanese publishers – Namco, Capcom, and Sega – have joined up for the biggest crossover yet: Project X Zone on the Nintendo 3DS. As a follow-up to Namco x Capcom, does Project X Zone fulfil the ultimate dream crossover, or does it just make you mad?" (3DS, Project X Zone) 3.0/5

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