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Nights into Dreams HD revises the Sega Saturn cult classic as a downloadable remake. If you've never experienced Team Sonic's classic, is it worth going into the land of dreams? Find out in our review...
Deja vu? Ninja Blade bears a similarity to several games already out there. Ninja Gaiden and God of War are the two that first spring to mind, while its liberal use of bosses is pure Shadow of the Colossus. But then, this is a game about ninjas, so you’d expect a bit of a crossover.
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