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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 904d ago | review

Chasing Aurora: The mechanics of fight and flight | SnackBarGames Review

SnackBarGames writes:

"There may not be a game yet available for the Wii U that can best the thoughtful, cohesive aesthetic of Chasing Aurora. The eShop exclusive from Broken Rules doesn’t exactly push the system’s horsepower, but everything, from the ambient soundtrack to the differently-scaled TV and GamePad interfaces to the look of the levels, is exactly what it needs to be. For all the game’s missteps (and there are a few), it maintains a wholly pleasant feel throughout." (Chasing Aurora, Wii U) 3/5

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