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  1. Oct 18, 2013
    60
    A very attractive and sweet hackĀ“n slash adventure... only in terms of aesthetics and sound design because the playability is very frustrating and repetitive.
  2. Oct 21, 2013
    50
    Malicious: Rebirth doesn't impress but neither does it disappoint terribly. Best in brief bursts, this action brawler is a short experience that could have used a tad more time in the oven. Bosses are surprisingly easy to exploit, which isn't necessarily a bad thing given the atrocious camera.
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  1. Oct 13, 2013
    8
    Malicious Rebirth has it flaws, but even so, it's well worth the 10$/13 euro you're going to pay for it. The graphics looks sweet on the Vita, the music is good. The gameplay consists from a set of boss battles, that you can take in any order you want. Each boss gives you different new power or/and improves an existing one. You're also challanged by the time limit of 30 minutes for each battle and the finite continues for all(3-9, depends on your choice). Most of the quality story is presented as a short book, that you can read through the main menu, but even so, it's the weakest point of the game. Malicious Rebirth is another good game for the Vita, but sadly, not a masterpiece. Expand