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Submitted by koga88 1184d ago | review

Shifting World Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"Shifting World isn’t a bad little game by any means, as it offers a decent amount of levels for puzzle lovers to explore and spend their time on. However even with Shifting World’s unique shifting mechanic, the strange fact that the game was given a full retail release costing $29.99 is a significant detriment as everything else about the title reeks of an eShop release. Fans of the Shift series will most likely be eager to pick up the title to experience the series’ newest release, however everyone else may wish to steer clear of a title that would have been better served with a much cheaper price tag and better use of the 3DS’ capabilities." (3DS, Shifting World) 5.5/10

masterabbott  +   1184d ago
looks like a crappy game not going to waste my money on it.
LinkageAX  +   1184d ago
you mirin'?

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