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Submitted by JMoneyPN 406d ago | review

Review: Heathcliff: Spot On (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "Spot the difference games aren’t for everybody, but Heathcliff: Spot On surprised me in a good way, and ended up being better than I expected. If the genre’s for you, this is probably as good an implementation as any. If not, the Heathcliff material might just sway you." (Heathcliff: Spot On, Nintendo DS) 7.5/10

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