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Submitted by AG-Mike 1551d ago | review

Addicted-Gamers: Wizorb Review: Wizard Plus Orb Equals…Now I Get It

Matt.C @ Addicted-Gamers writes:

"Wizorb is an indie game by developer Tribute Games, and it is a Breakout style game with a unique presentation. The game is designed to look and sound as if it were a classic role playing game that you may find on the Super Nintendo. The presentation can be slightly deceiving because I myself made the assumption that the game would have RPG elements. The reason I say this is because Wizorb is not really an RPG, as you will never gain experience, level up, acquire new items to help you progress through the game. It turns out the RPG aspect of the game is in presentation alone, but what you will find is a solid Breakout style game." (PC, Wizorb, Xbox 360) 4/5

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