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Submitted by kragg 891d ago | videocast

Bits of Reality: 17 - Fester's Quest

BoR: At first glance, Fester’s Quest appears to be a fairly solid action/adventure title. The controls are solid, the action is paced fairly well and the soundtrack is pretty damn good. After about an hour of playing Fester’s Quest, Dan is left on the edge of insanity at a game which seems to be designed with the express intent to aggravate and exhaust the player. It’s like an 8-bit Dark Souls, only with no incentive to keep playing.

To help restore his vitality, to Aaron and Joel’s extreme pleasure, Dan decides to kick back and relax with some Captain Planet and the Planeteers! (Culture, Retro)

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