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Post by Dan @ 04:09pm 06/07/12 | 1 Comments
In our recent "Seven Promising Upcoming Action RPGs That Aren't Diablo 3" article, we touched on a big stack of new entrants in the Blizzard-inspired genre that were predominately for PC gamers. But the portable market isn't missing out on the ARPG love either, as Square Enix's Heroes of Ruin can now be found on Australian shelves for the Nintendo 3DS.

If you're looking for something akin to Diablo while you're on the go, you might do well to swing by today's review, where Jickle puts Heroes of Ruin and all of its ambitious portable online features through its paces.



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eski
Posted 04:25pm 06/7/12
Jickle takes one for the team
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