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Submitted by ZeroTolerance 1073d ago | review

ZTGD | Sumioni: Demon Arts Review

Ken McKown writes: I love my Vita. I am not usually a handheld guy, but the Vita fits my needs perfectly. The design is great, but what makes it perfect, is the selection of games. Acquire is quickly becoming a Vita regular. Having already put Shinobido 2 under its belt, they now turn to Sumioni: Demon Arts, an artistic platformer for the system that takes advantage of the touch screens in unique ways. Sumioni is a distinctive and beautiful experience that is only marred by its questionable design in some areas. (PS Vita, Sumioni: Demon Arts) 6.5/10

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