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Submitted by Rowland 1172d ago | review

Virginmedia - The Last Story Review

Virginmedia: Every battle feels like a set-piece of sorts. Naturally, some are bigger and more dramatic than others, but it offers a variety of skirmishes: one minute you'll be fighting a large number of small enemies in an open-plan environment, the next you'll battle a large boss in the confines of a small room. Sometimes you'll need to use stealth to stop low-level characters alerting others; then you'll have a one-on-one swordfight. (The Last Story, Wii) 8/10

Green_Thunder   1172d ago | Spam
TopDudeMan  +   1172d ago
Virgin media review games now? My mind has been blown.
maniacmayhem  +   1172d ago
This and Xenoblade will be my Wii's last hurrah.

Can't wait.

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