DS #3277: Moorhuhn Star Karts (Europe)

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Star Karts~~ I like this game!
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This game sucks, big time. Slow, very slow. The graphics are bad, the sound is poor. I've seen better games on GBA, that was never meant to be a polygon processing machine. Don't even bother trying.
 

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fermio100 said:
This game sucks, big time. Slow, very slow. The graphics are bad, the sound is poor. I've seen better games on GBA, that was never meant to be a polygon processing machine. Don't even bother trying.
It's Moorhuhn, what do you expect?
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