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Submitted by Entertainment_Fuse 693d ago | review

Guacamelee! (PS3) Review - Mucho Bueno l Entertainment Fuse

Guacamelee! has style, but it features so much more. It has heart, which it has in spades. Featuring a consistently challenging and rewarding combat system, great characters that will be missed in the near future, intricate level design, and a last minute credit scene that is evocative of something more, creates an experience that ultimately makes this game better than the sum of it's parts. The presentation in Gucamelee! is frankly, flawless. It looks, sounds, and plays like a dream. Featuring an almost paper mache artstyle that creates an amazingly detailed mexican world to explore. The in-game animations for both characters and the world itself are superb (Particularly when characters are speaking; the animations that accompany them). The guitar-twanging soundtrack is excellent, and the dialogue is snappy and saucy. The details between the "World of the living" and the "World of the Dead" are amazing. Signs, buildings, foreground, background, and people themselves change seamless... (Guacamelee, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.2/10

josephayal  +   693d ago
mucho bueno?
operative001  +   693d ago
Wow I'm really surprised about the good feedback this game is getting. Love it when little games like this make waves. Reminds me of Hotline Miami.
brettyd  +   693d ago
Not really surprising, DrinkBox does good work.
AndreausAhazard  +   693d ago
The game is very good a nice story line for an indie game this and nun attack was the best 20 psn card i have spent in a while.

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