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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 714d ago | review

XGN-Knytt Underground Review

XGN:What do you get when you drop a mysterious adventurer in a very colorful and attractive world, combined with a large dose of freedom and only Metroid Elements? Then you get Knytt Underground. (Knytt Underground, PS Vita, PS3) 7.5/10

sdozzo  +   713d ago
6.5 story is awful. Part one and two are awful. Part three amazing.
WalterWJR  +   713d ago
Part 1 and 2 may as well be called long tutorials. Part 3 is the main game. I do see where the non story comes in but for what the game is, I did not really expect a solid story.
Ult iMate  +   713d ago
Just started to play Part 1. Don't know about the story, but the dialogues are funny. And the gameplay, based deeply on exploration and gaining new abilities is exactly what I like in such adventure games. The game is definately worth its price. I also liked background art and soundtrack.
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