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Submitted by GIZORAMA 507d ago | review

Magrunner: Dark Pulse Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - You know what proves useful in many forms of pop culture? Magnets! From Walter White’s desperate erasure of an incriminating laptop to Alec Trevelyan basically robbing London via space (electromagnetic pulse totally counts), magnets have come in handy in all kinds of fields. And now, thanks to the console release of PC first-person puzzle game Magrunner: Dark Pulse, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners can now begin thinking with magnets!

Which is sorta like thinking with portals, but different! Sorta! (Magrunner: Dark Pulse, PS3) 3/5

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