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Pocket Gamer: Zubo Review

If Michael Jackson's music videos of the late '80s have taught us anything, it's that the world would be a much better place if conflicts were sorted out by dance-offs rather than, y'know, knives and bombs and stuff. Watching a couple of mean gangsters pirouetting around each other is far more civilised (and amusing) than seeing them knee one another in the knackers.

Sadly Pocket Gamer hasn't seen enough rhythmic scrapping incorporated into the one entertainment medium that could really do it justice. Considering how integral a good scrap is to the vast majority of video games, and the proliferation of rhythm-based titles on the market, there are surprisingly few tries at combining the two.

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