Submitted by RadioPlaystation 905d ago | review

RadioPS Reviews Guacamelee

Spider-Jew shares his thoughts on the new game, Guacamelee, by DrinkBox Studios. Guacamelee is available on the PlayStation store for PS3 and Vita for $14.99 and is a cross-buy title! (DrinkBox Studios, Guacamelee, PlayStation, PS Vita, PS3) 9.5/10

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nix  +   905d ago
i am playing this right now... i've already put 14 hours (that's because i suck). great game but man the controls it's just too tough for me. i have to sometimes like sequentially press 5/6 buttons within 0.2 sec... those parts are like really killing me. /:
G20WLY  +   905d ago
What, like, really? lol

It is tough, but that's a good thing! ;) Keeps you coming back to nail the challenge. I don't think the controls are at fault in the case of this game, but I know what you mean; you need to be very dexterous!
Why o why  +   905d ago
Kinda reminds me of outland especially the switching mechanic, a game I enjoyed. I'm grabbing this using the ps+ discount
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