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Submitted by katarina1877 572d ago | review

BattleBlock Theater Review - Chaos Hour

Like most Gamers out there I rarely find myself completely obsessed with a game. I can find myself playing a game relentlessly until the early hours of the morning trying to complete the game faster than my friends, with the usual side effects of stinging eyes and cracking fingers. But Battleblock Theatre left me in a state of sleep deprived ecstasy. I was very dubious as the titles rolled across my screen that my high expectations would not be met. The sight of the familiar Castle Crashers Knight and AH Alien only reminded me of the high standard of gaming that The Behemoth have set themselves in the past. To my surprise and great relief all of my fears and worries vanished once the introduction started and my soon to be new home on the mysterious cat inhabited island began. (BattleBlock Theater, Xbox 360) 9/10

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