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Submitted by Limitedsphere 730d ago | review

Gamereactor UK Review: Guacamelee

The skeleton appears out of nowhere.
The dark eyes peer at me, and I immediately know what I need to do. I close my Luchador fists, and launch them towards the boney fellow. The strike lands, and I follow up with a takedown. The sweat is pouring underneath my mask, and I look up at the growing horde of undead that stand in my way. Drinkbox Studios, the team behind the instant Vita classic Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack are back with platformer Guacamelee, serving up a bowl of Mexican themed Metroidvania and, as you'd expect, the game is full of character. At the same time Guacamelee offers a deep fighting system, lots of platform hopping and gorgeous cartoon visuals. (Guacamelee, PS Vita, PS3) 9/10

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