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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 1037d ago | review

GameInformer- Guacamelee Review

GI:When Drinkbox Studios decides on a theme, it goes all the way. First showcased with kooky '50s sci-fi in its Tales from Space games (About a Blob, Mutant Blobs Attack), now the team has nailed traditional Mexican culture. Players control an average guy named Juan who is sent to the Land of the Dead by evil charro skeleton Carlos Calaca after he tries to rescue childhood sweetheart "El Presidente's Daughter." Juan becomes a powerful luchador who battles chupacabras and Day of the Dead-inspired skeletons - all while accompanied by catchy mariachi tunes. Everything is brought to life with a colorful, cartoony art style and fluid animation. (Guacamelee, PS Vita, PS3) 9/10

DaThreats  +   1037d ago
Ahh, love being a PS owner.

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