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Guacamelee! Review | Globe and Mail

Globe and Mail: "If there was ever any proof needed that video games are undergoing a quiet revolution, Gaucamelee! is it. Here’s a gorgeous and exciting little platforming game from a tiny Toronto-based indie developer (Drinkbox Studios) that is just as fun – if not more so – than many mega-budget blockbusters. It economically packs its enjoyment into a few hours and, more importantly for the home consumer, it costs just a few dollars. It’s a game completely free of the bloated trappings that weigh down many a decent idea." (Guacamelee, PS Vita, PS3) 8/10

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