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Submitted by Wriggy 2128d ago | review

Kombo: C.O.R.E. Review

Kombo writes: "C.O.R.E. is a first-person shooter on the DS that follows a lot of old school traditions like grabbing color-coded keys in a military complex that resembles more of a labyrinth. With a single-player mode comes a multiplayer mode that features single cart gameplay so your friends won't need a copy of the game to enjoy a competitive game.

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There aren't too many FPS games on the DS. Metriod Prime Hunters paved the way and showed the gaming world how to do the controls and few other games have followed in the trail blazed by this game. What is unique about CORE is that it closely resembles the classic game of Doom. The nostalgia factor is strong with this one as you even have to collected color coded card keys to give you access to certain parts of the maps..." (C.O.R.E., Nintendo DS) 5/10

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