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Submitted by JMoneyPN 344d ago | review

Review: SteamWorld Dig (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "I encourage players new to the franchise and those who are experienced diggers to pick up this revamped version of SteamWorld Dig. While much of the game will seem familiar to those who have played in the past, it is such a great game and another playthrough allows for different avenues of exploration thanks to Image & Form’s ingenious game design. Image & Form is also offering a cross buy promotion for Wii U gamers in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. If you already own the 3DS version, save 25% on the Wii U version of SteamWorld Dig so why not pick it up on the Wii U? In any case, SteamWorld Dig is just as good on the Wii U,even a tad bit better, and gamers should definitely check it out!" (SteamWorld Dig, Wii U) 9.6/10

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