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Submitted by Jeremy24 567d ago | review

Where is my Heart? Review | CheatMasters

Avoiderdragon: It’s a bit odd seeing some games that were released for one platform would then be put out for other platforms years later. Doing so days or months later is common enough, but years later is a rarer occurrence with some interesting results. It lets more people play that game, and it also kind of serves as a reminder that it exists somewhere. Those who have played it before can now tell those who are about to on what they should expect from it, which could be either a good or bad thing. (PC, PS Vita, PSP, Where is My Heart?) 7/10

Tross  +   567d ago
I played this game a long time ago on my psp. I didn't dislike it, but I didn't find it that memorable either. It wasn't fantastic or terrible for me. It just was. I'd probably give it a 7/10 too.

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