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Submitted by Lavalamp 342d ago | review

Guacamelee! Review | DarkStation

DarkStation: "Is there a time and place for meme art in games? Do Guacamelee!‘s Mexican themes offend? How does a game studio properly issue a love letter to their influences? Guacamelee! is a surprising source for a number of in-depth questions regarding ethnic art and internet influence, but it’s also one of the finest games available for the PlayStation Vita. Players steering clear of it for the reasons listed above are missing a robust venture in the world of action-platforming." (Guacamelee, PS Vita, PS3) 4/5

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