Submitted by Milordino 1096d ago | review

Review: La-Mulana - Upperpad

Arrives on Wii, when it hopes seemed lost, the formidable action-adventure game La-Mulana. Originally developed in 2005 as an indie game in Japan, the title is a tribute to little-known MSX, a home computer to success, especially in the country of the Rising Sun, in the first half of the '80s. (La-Mulana, PC, Wii) 90/100

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