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Submitted by SpoonyRedMage 970d ago | review

Gaming Gauge Review: Pyramids

Gaming Gauge writes: "Digital download shops have created something of an even playing field in recent years. It’s an area where a small indie developer can be just as successful as a giant media conglomerate and where quality (theoretically) rises to the top. This brings me to Pyramids, one of the first games for the 3DS eShop, coming not from a major publisher but from small UK publisher Enjoy Gaming. The game is really quite surprising." (3DS, Pyramids) 7/10

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