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E3 ‘10 Hands-On with Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals | Spawn Kill

Dave Stewart of Spawn Kill gets hands-on with some nostalgia reborn in the form of Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals at last week's E3. Developer Neverland, the original team behind the classic SNES Lufia games, returns with something wildly different, but still with potential. (E3, Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals, Nintendo DS)

rrquinta  +   1934d ago
Sounds interesting, although I personally like turn-based games better in general, I think I may have to give this a try when it comes out.
K-Tuck  +   1933d ago
Yeah, that's kind of a bummer that it's action-based.
tigresa  +   1934d ago
I keep getting my eye dragged to the attractive artwork of the game but I'm still not sure what to take from this game. I'm getting tired of turn-based, so action RPG might be nice right around now for the DS!

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