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Submitted by TiberusX87 654d ago | review

Poöf VS The Cursed Kitty Review | GameCloud

GameCloud: "At the time of reviewing, the steam version of the game had a significant issue that required turning off auto-updating in order for it load correctly. Additionally, there is no options menu in the game, which is very unusual for a PC title. The blend of hardcore arcade action and quick-burst gameplay had the potential to establish itself as a hit, but ultimately falls short of this goal due to one too many rough edges. The cartoonish art style and arcade inspired tunes (which could have been pulled straight out of Double Dragon) match the light-hearted tone, and the way Poöf always seems to be charging headlong into danger is quite endearing. Gripes aside, it’s a difficult game to put down, and is cheap enough to justify the purchase. The steadily rising challenge and drip feed of new gameplay elements will keep you hooked, just as long as you don’t rage quit out of frustration." (PC, Poof) 6.5/10

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