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Submitted by combocaster 578d ago | review

Puppeteer Review | ComboCaster

On the one hand Puppeteer resembles LittleBigPlanet, but soon we see the differences, and also quite remembering Black Knight Sword that uses some common elements in their presentation. Here the player is transported to a puppet show, as the name implies. All the elements are present, since the audience reacts to cheering the heroes and a narrator. For a game like this is surprisingly long and has a huge variety, with many memorable enemies and bosses, each with a specific strategy to defeat them. While players will control Kutaro which was transformed into puppet and his head cut off. (PS3, Puppeteer) 9/10

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