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Submitted by hellerphant 556d ago | review

Rogue Legacy Review: The Story of Genetically Deficient Heroes - Pixels For Breakfast

Pixels for Breakfast writes: In Rogue Legacy, even the most valiant heroes suffer from ADHD, vertigo, Alzheimers or irritable bowels. That’s quite inconvenient actually; just imagine what would happen if Mario farted every time he saved Princess Peach from Bowser. Poor guy! Luckily for us, there is no princess that needs saving in Rogue Legacy, but an ever-changing dungeon filled with treasures and monsters that needs exploring. And in any case, death is collateral, any discomfort your hero is having will only last for a short period of time until the moment he dies. (PC, Rogue Legacy) 93/100

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