Submitted by nrvalleytime 753d ago | review

Review: Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (DarkZero)

"If you've ever watched an Aaron Sorkin branded TV show (The West Wing, Sports Night, Newsroom), you will know what he creates ends up being very talky in nature. But more notable is the "walk and talk" crux the writer often uses. In his shows, people do not need to talk whilst sitting in just one room, they can walk down a corridor, interact with other people, and end up in a completely different room having the same, or a vastly different conversation, by the time the camera cuts. It is a nice technique - as it makes the people involved seem busy." (3DS, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team) 6/10

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