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Submitted by Wiiloveit 620d ago | review

Wiiiloveit.com: NightSky - 3DS Download Review

"Those at the heart of the videogame industry tend to dole out praise for games that feature emotionally-charged narrative, even when the framework may be of questionable merit. In light of the debates that surround the culture, honing in on innovative concepts and perhaps artistic aptitude as basis for acclaim are what continue to serve as certified indications of the medium's growth. But it's always that much more shaping, that much more effectual when these links come out of left field from areas not often recognized for creative resolutions. NightSky is one such endeavour that falls under this classification, demonstrating to be an excellent example in puzzle-platforming goodness, through its one-of-a-kind ideas and allure." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Night Sky) 87/100

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