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Submitted by jaggernaut25 565d ago | review

PSUni: Knytt Underground Review – Charming Adventures

PSUni: "Nifflas Games, spearheaded by the creative talents of Nicklas Nygren, brings us Knytt Underground. This is the largest project and it combines elements from previous Knytt games, as well as the popular Within a Deep Forest. The game takes place in a world where humans have all but destroyed the earth in a massive war of the past and have since moved underground to live with other creatures.

The player controls Mi, a sprite that lives underground but is complete mute. I don’t mean that your character just doesn't verbally speak, I mean that she is literally mute."

Check out the full review! (Knytt Underground, PS Vita, PS3) C+/A+

sdozzo  +   565d ago
Nice review. Game controls well but the first two chapters blow. Also, the review is right that there is no direction... In a bad way.
MasterCornholio  +   565d ago
I really dont like this game at all. Well at least i got it with plus so im not really complaining.

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