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Submitted by Pozzle 803d ago | review

New Little King’s Story Review | Blistered Thumbs

BT writes: New Little King’s Story is an interesting beast of a game. One the one hand, much of the gameplay is a direct recreation of the original 2009 Wii title right down to any number of boss encounters and the map layout of various areas. On the other hand, the game also features a story that acts as a continuation of sorts to the narrative of the original, albeit sans most of the more surreal elements that define that game’s latter half. So it is that NLKS operates as both sequel and a remake, but whatever you would call the game, it ultimately stands as a strong new(ish) title being released for a system in rather desperate need of just that. (New Little King's Story, PS Vita) 8/10

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