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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 690d ago | review

Gamesradar-Chasing Aurora review

GR:A lot was expected from Chasing Aurora, the sophomore effort from Broken Rules (developer of the PC/WiiWare gem And Yet It Moves). Like the studio’s previous title, Chasing Aurora is a stylish side-scrolling game built around a specific gameplay hook (in this particular case, flight). And while it does achieve some moments of brilliance, a couple of inherent problems keep it from soaring as high as it could have. (Chasing Aurora, Wii U) 2.5/5

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