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Submitted by FrustratedFury 869d ago | review

ZTGD | Chasing Aurora Review

Ken McKown writes: Downloadable indie games on a Nintendo console? It certainly isn’t a fluke, and if the discussions are true, I would expect to see more of it in the future. Sure the Wii and 3DS has seen its fair share of downloadable indie titles, but according to some, the Wii U has one of the best infrastructures on which to host these games since Steam. Developer Broken Rules certainly thinks so. Their game Chasing Aurora was available day one on the Wii U eShop for $15, and sits alongside four other games just begging to be noticed. We got a chance to sit down with it, and while unique, I am not quite sure the price tag fits the content. (Chasing Aurora, Wii U) 6.5/10

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