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Submitted by andresegers 850d ago | review

Chasing Aurora Review (GameXplain)

GameXplain: "It bothers me that I don’t like Chasing Aurora more than I do, as it has a lot going for it. The basic premise is really promising, the visuals are gorgeous, and the controls are pretty spot on. It’s just too bad that there’s not really anything to do with all of these great features." (Chasing Aurora, Wii U) 2.5/5

Eternalb  +   850d ago
Too bad
newsguy  +   850d ago
That's low...
1upgamer99  +   850d ago
Chasing Aurora is not "gorgeous" for a 2D game. I think it is kind of plain. Trine2 is GORGEOUS. I mean really this could have looked as good on a Cube, or PS2, perhaps without the depth... anyway gameplay is good at least 3.0
Nevers0ft  +   850d ago
Although the flight mechanics are quite good, the game is as shallow as a puddle and the game modes aren't entirely dissimilar to what you can get in Nintendoland (they're all variations of asymmetric chase games).

Even at a few quid, I can't help but feel I wasted my money on this one :/

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