Submitted by Colts_15 525d ago | review

Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (Wii U) Review – Play as a 2D Super Hero | COG

The DC Universe gets tangled up in the world of Scribblenauts and Fifty over at COG gets his grubby paws all over it. A solid piece of fan service that Scribblenauts lovers will certainly appreciate.

"I remember the first time I saw Scribblenauts. It was E3 2009 and I was in awe. Believe it or not it was the same sort of feeling I remember getting playing Metal Gear Solid 10 years earlier. It was like the game could read my mind. When it released though the novelty wore off too quickly for my liking. Not to rest on the laurels, Warner Bros. Interactive have released Scribblenauts Unmasked. It is my second adventure into the Scribblenauts universe. My concerns about the novelty of the main gameplay device still exist, but the inclusion of the DC Comics universe will certainly attract fans for good reason." (Scribblenauts Unmasked, Wii U) 75/100

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