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Submitted by BIoodmask 2118d ago | review

NWR: C.O.R.E. Review

CORE comes with single-card and multi-card multiplayer modes, but they are hampered themselves by the minutes-long download times, lack of bots (computer-controlled opponents), and inability to change game type on the fly. Moreover, the corridor level design makes the game less about killing and more about simply finding your opponents. There's no reason to spend your pennies on CORE when several other, far superior, DS first-person shooters are sitting right next to it, like Call of Duty 4 and Moon. (C.O.R.E., Nintendo DS) 4/10

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