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Submitted by Cyrus365 1875d ago | review

Tech-Gaming: 0D Beat Drop Review

Tech-Gaming writes: "Over the years, I've had a peculiar relationship with most puzzlers. The liaison typically starts off hot and heavy, as I'm attracted by a novel game mechanic. Inevitably, that bewitching element loses its appeal, as I realize the game is nothing more than a variant of an existing amusement. The relationship inevitably expires as I move on to the next sparkling diversion. My name is DesertEagle, and I am a serial puzzle-gaming monogamist." (0D Beat Drop, Xbox 360) B/A+

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