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Brutal Gamer Review: Majin And The Forsaken Kingdom (PS3)

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"Sometimes, you come across something that just has so much charm and lovability to it that you’d have to have a heart of stone not to warm to it. In Majin, you control the thief Tepeu and the childlike Teotl as they try and save a mysterious kingdom from the infectious ‘Darkness’ which has enveloped it. As you progress, you will have to help Teotl regain his memories and his powers in order to ultimately save the day."

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twdll4979d ago

Cant say I agree with this review. Hopefully Last Gaurdian is better than this one.

Dipso4977d ago

Did you finish the game or just play the demo?

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12 PlayStation 3 Hidden Gems

With over 5144 games on the PS3, it is easy to miss out on some great games. Here are some of the best unknown games on the PS3.

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Rangerman120852d ago

Thought I was the only one who remembered Trinity lol very underrated

Yui_Suzumiya52d ago

WET and Quantum Theory were both phenomenal

P_Bomb51d ago

I remember Stranglehold! One of the first DLC packs of its time. A bit expensive, but cheap by today’s standards.

Chocoburger51d ago

Another PS3 hidden gems list, and yet again Time Crisis 4 and Time Crisis Razin' Storm get snubbed. Such fun games, that shouldn't be forgotten. If only we got a home port of Time Crisis 5: Mastermind Edition.

-Foxtrot51d ago

WET is something I wish they'd remake, they had so many great ideas but not all of them were executed properly

It had a lot of potential

Also Wanted Weapons of Fate is another game that had some new fun gameplay ideas.

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10 underrated games that need sequels on the Xbox One and PS4

GameZone: " Here are 10 disappointingly underrated titles that deserve a second chance in the form of a sequel on the next crop of video game platforms."

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Overlooked Gems: Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom

In the "Overlooked Gems" video series, Egg Says Whut?'s Ed Carmody-Peterson take a look at games that fell underneath the radar and asks if they deserved to be overlooked, or if they perhaps warrant a second chance. In the first episode, Ed plays Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom. Is it an overlooked gem? There's only one way to find out.

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Kur04559d ago

I loved Folklore and this game was awesome. It had an ICO vibe to it. Its a shame the studio is no more =/.

HarryMasonHerpderp4559d ago

Seemed like a cool game when i played the demo
but man that troll thing annoyed me.Would of bought it
if they hadnt made him sound so dumb.