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Submitted by tminusvitali 806d ago | review

The Wonderful 101 Review – Form Up, Unite, Fall Apart | Twinfinite

There’s an issue with many of today’s games holding the player’s hand too much, eliminating all sense of discovery; The Wonderful 101 is not one of these games, and I admire it for that. There is plenty to be found on your own, between all the collectibles, secret stages, and extra characters to be rescued. It is both punishing and forgiving at the same time, and I was really having fun for a while, but much of the fun faded as I progressed further. (The Wonderful 101, Wii U) 3/5

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