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Submitted by JMoneyPN 726d ago | review

Review: Treasure Hunter X (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "Treasure Hunter X has its share of weaknesses, but overall it turns out to be a very good download, especially for its budget $1.99 price point. With its challenge, adoption of elements from classic games, and catchy music, it’ll be well worth it for gamers looking for a throwback to games of old. Even though it doesn’t offer much flare, it mostly accomplishes what it set out to do, and ends up being much better than the sum of its parts. Check this one out … it’ll grow on you." (Nintendo DS, Treasure Hunter X) 7.5/10

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