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Submitted by Geobros 345d ago | review

Mysterious Stars: The Samurai Review - Nintendolife

Nintendolife:
"The DSi’s touchscreen-and-stylus setup has inspired an impressive array of pen-and-paper puzzle conversions over the years, and this trend seems set to continue right into DSiWare’s twilight days. Collavier’s Mysterious Stars trilogy, as the most recent example, pairs classic connect-the-dots puzzles with children’s stories." (Mysterious Stars: The Samurai, Nintendo DS) 3/10

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