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Submitted by -Mezzo- 945d ago | review

MTV Multiplayer - 'La-Mulana' Review - One Final Adventure On The Wii

MTV Multiplayer - Treasure hunting has always been a solid go to subject for entertainment, most likely due to its inherent intrigue and danger, and it’s a well that video games go back to time and time again. Just look at classic titles like Tomb Raider or Uncharted and it's easy to see why gamers are drawn to the action and adventure that comes with searching through ancient ruins. The latest game to head deep below the surface in search of uncovering a great mystery is La-Mulana, a WiiWare remake of a Japanese side-scroller from 2005. La-Mulana evokes nostalgia on just about every level with this near perfect release, and finally brings this wonderfully punishing games to the States in proper form. (La-Mulana, Wii) -

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