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Submitted by negative_zero 590d ago | review

Chasing Aurora Review (Wii U eShop) | Negative World

One of the first things that you will notice upon starting up Chasing Aurora is the unique art style, which is both polygonal and beautiful. A large part of the allure of the art comes from the environments, which range from a fresh spring valley populated by evergreens to a gusty, ice-topped mountain surrounded by mist. Chasing Aurora is certainly pleasant on the eyes, and it reconfirms my belief that, although they may lack the raw tech of the big dogs, indie developers are generally the ones to look to for the most unique and creative art styles. (Broken Rules, Chasing Aurora, Wii U) 7.5/10

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