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Submitted by BIoodmask 2151d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Safecracker Review

It's safe to say this wouldn't even be seeing a release on DS without the popularity of Professor Layton, but the two couldn't be more different. Layton is full of character, class and polish; Safecracker is a musty antique, lacking any spark or wit. Do yourself a favour and grab one of the DS's many other accomplished puzzle games before attempting to crack this one. (Nintendo DS, Safecracker) 3/10

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