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Game Informer - Exploring Guacamelee's Colorful Mexican World With Brute Force

Game Informer - Sony recently showed off a slew of downloadable indie games at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, California. Among them was the colorful, humorous Super Metroid-inspired brawler Guacamelee. I played through a section of the zany 2D game, which included dimension-swapping and a dramatic chase involving a huge rampaging beast. (Guacamelee, PS3)

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