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Submitted by dungeonboss 1005d ago | review

Review – La Mulana | NintendoDude

It’s a damn shame that modern gamers have been pampered to the point where they may well give up at the slightest hint of challenge, because La Mulana dishes up challenge by the spoonful. On one hand, it has all the charm of a 16-bit game – pixelated backgrounds and sprites and midi/chiptune music. On the other hand, the WiiWare version of La Mulana offers everything you’ve come to expect from a modern platformer. For those that grew up in a past generation or want to experience platforming perfection, La Mulana should be an instant purchase. (La-Mulana, Wii) 5/5

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