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Submitted by Katz 1008d ago | review

Black Panel Review - Asura's Wrath

The Black Panel writes: This often spectacular blend of sci-fi and fantasy is brimming with cult appeal. As a (justifiably) enraged demigod, you’ll scream and smash your way through about six hours of anime inspired mayhem. Brawling is enjoyable but ultimately shallow and the game relies far too heavily on quick time events. That said, if you’re willing to surrender to the absurdity of it all, you’re bound to have a blast. (Asura's Wrath, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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