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Submitted by CharmingMan 923d ago | review

Tech-Gaming | Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword Review

The most puzzling part of Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword is why Nintendo hasn’t pushed the title more. With vibrant visuals, a satisfying score and an immersive adaptation of sword fighting, the game is recommended to all 3DS owners. (3DS, Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword) A-/A+

CharmingMan  +   924d ago
So is it anything like Punchout!! ?
madmad  +   924d ago
Punchout is boxing. Why would it be like that?
bacrec1  +   923d ago
Because you have to figure out your enemies attack patterns before you strike. Simply mashing buttons will get you killed fast in this title.
RaptorMan  +   923d ago
They both feature timed dodge and strike mechanics. They're actually pretty similar.
deserteaglexix  +   923d ago
Thanks, Charming.
sharpsword  +   923d ago
Good review.
mediastudies  +   923d ago
Might have to get this one.
vortis  +   923d ago
I never heard of this game before today.

Nintendo needs to readjust their marketing tactics.

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