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Author: bwv_639
Posted: March 24, 2017 (08:08 AM)
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"Axiom Verge, which, in an effort to modernize, pay homage to and perhaps match Super Metroid, does all but the latter"

After running across hundreds of "Axiom Verge is Super Metroid to the second power, srsly its so better!" it's soothing to see somebody else is aware of that being not the case.

This is a review that says 2.5 ("the game looks like something that could have been just as easily accomplished on a mobile platform")/3 stars all of the time, and ends with a 4-star rating. I'll trust the review body more.

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