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Crimsonland Review | Gamerscore Whores

Kamran Shiraz from Gamerscore Whores writes "Whilst House Marque has set the standard for twin stick shooters this generation, developer 10tons offers a retro offering with Crimsonland. The game originally released in 2003 and its latest version includes such additions such as improved graphics and additional perks, weapons, enemies, and game modes in hopes of remerging in the twin stick market.
Crimsonland is simple almost to a fault, the only buttons you have to concern yourself with are the left and right sticks used to move and aim respectively, and the right trigger to shoot. Whilst the aiming is crisp, movement often felt sluggish in my opinion, it causes you to be extremely tactful with your shot selection but it is a big reason as to why the game can just seem a bit dated at times, Essentially the polar opposite to Dead Nation."

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