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Submitted by Wick 74d ago | review

Crimsonland Review | WGTC

Christian from We Got This Covered wrote:

We all know how twin-stick shooters work by now, right? You’ve got your controller with two analog sticks (or a mouse and keyboard for you traditionalists out there), an arsenal of guns, an army of baddies and a score tracker. While variations do exist (shoot through space, shoot through zombies, etc.), it’s hardly a revolutionary genre, albeit an extremely fun one. On that note, let’s talk about Crimsonland, a somewhat generic top-down twin-stick shooter that manages to squeeze a ton of fun out of its premise. (Crimsonland, PC, PS4) 3/5

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