30°
Submitted by HawkSE 763d ago | review

Guacamelee Review | Saving Content

Excerpt: "Grab your tights for a stylized romp through Mexican-inspired folklore full of danger, exploration, and well-timed humor.

The action gets underway quickly when Juan, who narrowly escapes death. He is taken to the Underworld, and escapes, becoming a super-powered Luchador that is the savior of a small town in Mexico. Comparisons can be made to the hybrid genre, “Metroidvania” as this game very much is. You’ll traverse an open-world, wall jump, transform, collect new powers, and even go between planes of the living and dead." (Guacamelee, PS Vita, PS3) 5/5

TheLastGuardian  +   763d ago
Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack was a 10/10 for me and Guacamelee! is a lot better. It's my new favorite PSN game of all time. Next I'm going to play Drinkbox's first game, About a Blob. Guacamelee is a must play for everyone with a PS3 or Vita.
VsAssassin  +   763d ago
I own the game and I love it. The combat system is deeper than it looks. I can't wait for their next game!

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Be ready for the sales with £35 PSN gift Card for £29.79

9m ago - Dealspwn: Want some PSN wallet credit to make sure you've always got some money on hand for those... | PS3
40°

Ultra Street Fighter IV hits PS4 on Tuesday, new enhancements detailed

21m ago - By Gio Corsi, Director, Third Party Production, SCEA Hey crew! Gio Corsi here, Director of Third... | PS4
Ad

The Witcher 3

Now - All the lore you need to know. | Promoted post
30°

Throwdown Ep. 36 – “Where Have All the AAA Video Games Gone?”

22m ago - Tony Polanco from The Koalition writes: "Does it sometimes feel like you buy less AAA games th... | PC
10°

Fails of the Weak #244

25m ago - In Fails of the Weak Volume 244, Jack and Geoff lose it over clumsy fails in Grand Theft Auto V,... | Culture
20°

Things to do in GTA V - Slip N' Slam

26m ago - Not to be confused with "Slip AND Slam," Geoff, Jack, Ryan, Matt, Jeremy, and Gavin drive their c... | Culture
Related content from friends