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Submitted by Aclay 1103d ago | review

Destructoid Review: Chasing Aurora

Destructoid- As a disposable game costing a few dollars, Chasing Aurora is something I'd recommend wholeheartedly. As a game that presents itself as worthy of standing alongside the biggest and best digital console offerings, and prices itself accordingly, this hopeful little number is left desperately wanting.

While it's good for a little bit of innocent, inoffensive amusement, it just offers nowhere near enough to justify an immediate purchase. You'll likely be done with it within sixty minutes, and there's not a lot to go back to. It's a shame, because Chasing Aurora really ain't that bad at all. For all that it has, it's just not good enough. (Chasing Aurora, Wii U) 6.5/10

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