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GameSpot: Samurai Shodown: Edge of Destiny Hands-On

GameSpot writes: "The control scheme is completely different than previous 2D Samurai Shodown games--many characters' signature attacks are performed with a combination of single joystick touches plus a button press, rather than the 2D series' more-conventional quarter-circle and half-circle joystick motions. It's definitely not going to be another 2D Samurai Shodown game, and if you come in expected it to be, you may be disappointed. You'll be able to see for yourself when the game ships this winter". (Samurai Shodown: Edge of Destiny, Xbox 360)

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