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CIMA: The Enemy Editor Review
12.18.04 - 5:36 PM

Released last fall, CIMA: The Enemy got very little press, even for a Natsume release. A select group of fans however, did look forward to it based on its developer. Neverland, developer of the original Lufia on the SNES was behind CIMA. While Lufia titles have since been made by other groups (and suffered because of it), people were hoping CIMA would be as good as the original Lufia games were.

Well, they may have to keep waiting. Editorials guru Damian Thomas has written up a review of the game and didn't exactly claim it to be 'game of the year.' Of course, if anyone out there happens to think otherwise, don't hesitate to send in your own review as a counterpoint.


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