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Time Slip

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Platform: SNES
Tags: Shooter, Run 'n Gun
Developer: Sales Curve Interactive


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Time Slip review

Reviewed January 25, 2009

Cornwell says: "When a game's music is its best feature by a wide margin, you're probably in for a rough ride. Don't get me wrong, there are some excellent soundtracks out there -- Chaos Legion's frenetic rock and the Ys series' magnificent scores come to mind -- it's just that I generally don't feel too good about things when a handful of tunes I could "legally buy" for free are the most rewarding part of a $50 product. "
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