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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 364d ago | review

Ginx- Flashback Review

GX:It’s funny what we remember. Some people remember the good times. Others remember the bad. And some remember a game called Flashback. Released in 1992, it sits on lists next to the original Prince of Persia and Another World as a cinematic platformer that epitomises everything the genre was about. It was such a success, with critics and with consumers, that it was once listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the best-selling French video game of all-time. You may or may not remember it yourself, but, records don’t lie; it’s kind of a big deal. So a full HD remake, released as part of the 2013 Xbox Live Summer of Arcade, definitely deserves your attention, right? Right? (Flashback, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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Odoylerules000  +   364d ago
That's too bad. I loved Flashback on the Genesis when I was growing up.
hellygito   363d ago | Spam

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