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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1098d ago | review

NWR: I Heart Geeks Review

NWR: I Heart Geeks begins with a great concept: use various items to set off a sequence of events in order to fulfill a set task. The game seems fun at first but fails to do one thing: become different. After finishing all the missions, I felt as if I hadn’t done anything other than popped over a dozen balloons and started an uncountable number of steam engines. I Heart Geeks has its glowing characteristics, but there are some issues that hinder its overall appeal. (I Heart Geeks, Nintendo DS) 6/10

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