"One of my favourite games as a child was The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Aside from the odd bout of Super Mario All Stars, it was about the only thing I ever wanted to play on my Super Nintendo, and it was the first game I fully completed.
Upon loading up Lifespark Entertainment’s Rack n Ruin, I was immediately transported back to my childhood. The likeness to A Link to the Past is apparent almost immediately and I was flooded with happy memories of playing Zelda for the first time. From the music to the layout of the dungeons, it feels like a spiritual successor to A Link to the Past, and the nostalgic parts of me loved every minute of the trip down memory lane. It’s not the only influence either; I couldn’t help but be reminded of Diablo whilst travelling through the gorgeous hand-painted scenery – though it’s not surprising, considering creator Tyler Hunter is an ex-Blizzard artist." - GameSpew.com