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Deathsmiles

Deathsmiles (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Horizontal
Developer: Cave
AKA: Deathsmiles (Deluxe Edition) (EU)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/29/2010
EU
02/18/2011
JP
04/23/2009

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Staff Reviews

Deathsmiles review

Reviewed May 09, 2009

Zigfried says: "With so many entertaining scenes, it's clear that Cave put a lot of care and attention towards creating an appealing new world. They attempted something similar a while back with Mushihimesama, but this time the gameplay lives up to their previous best efforts."
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Reader Reviews

Deathsmiles review

Reviewed October 29, 2011

pickhut says: "Instead, you control underage goth girls with magical powers, tasked with stopping a demonic invasion on the verge of All-Hallows-Eve, ignited by a man obsessed with creating a portal back to the real world. Ye... it's not as creepy as it sounds."
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