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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:09pm 20/10/10 | 3 Comments
We have another post-apocalyptic review piece for you today, this time from the team at Ninja Theory (Heavenly Sword), and based on the Eastern story of the Journey to the West (aka Monkey Magic).

While the meat of this game is more like gristle, it still offers up an enjoyable romp thanks largely to the game's excellent character design and its well-paced story that takes plenty of liberties with the ancient tale, ushering in a story of equal poignancy, but in a modern and more accessible setting for today's TV-idolisers.

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Latest Comments
DarthGuybrush
Posted 09:14pm 20/10/10
Great review! I've ordered this from Play-Asia along with F1: 2010! Hurry up please!
Sc00bs
Posted 09:16pm 20/10/10
by easy to finish, do u mean the diffulty is easy or its a short game?
ChadDrake
Posted 09:20pm 20/10/10
A little from column a, and a little from column b.
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