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Dark Devotion

Dark Devotion (PS4) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 4
Tags: Action, 2D, Platformer
Developer: The Arcade Crew

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/24/2019
EU
10/24/2019
JP
10/24/2019

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Staff Reviews

Dark Devotion review

Reviewed November 22, 2019

Joseph Shaffer says: "Roll with me in Hell"
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