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Devil's Third Review | MMGN

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Devil’s Third looks like a launch Xbox 360 game, sometimes worse, and plays like a mediocre PS2 shooter. It’s no surprise that it’s emerged from the THQ sinkhole, after switching engines and platforms, as an attempted hack and slash meets cover shooter combo. One of the few exclusives to throw the GamePad to the wayside (it's only used for off-TV play), it’s clear this was never meant to be a Wii U game, and I can’t understand why Nintendo picked it up.

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