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Submitted by TheIneffableBob 1767d ago | review

GameSpot: Dark Void Zero Review

GameSpot writes,
"Dark Void Zero hits the sweet spot of difficulty; it's tough enough to make success satisfying, yet not so hard that victory feels out of reach. It makes you want to try and try again, and the great soundtrack keeps you bopping along with a full head of steam. It doesn't matter whether your first gaming system had knobs, a directional pad, or dual analog thumbsticks: Dark Void Zero's tight action and delightful presentation are sure to entertain." (Dark Void Zero, Nintendo DS) 8.5/10

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