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Submitted by Serjx 1101d ago | review

Review: Miner Warfare - Upperpad

It is undeniable that in recent years, the Indian titles vested with almost a mainstream role in today's modern gaming. More often than not it is games developed by a small number of people, more often using few resources, but rich in heart and brilliant insights. It should be sought for the gameplay subtleties graphics in one way or another are able to meet us at the heifer of certain elements from the titles bandied about more, but that has nothing to envy these games. (Tag Invalid, Xbox 360) 70/100

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