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Roving Rogue - Wii U Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Chalgyr's Game Room writes:

Every now and then there’s something that comes along and takes me pleasantly by surprise. After landing on my desk, I figured that I was in for a good time with a solid platformer in Roving Rogue. This was especially so as my Wii U which doesn’t see much action of late other than a Mario Kart or Smash Brothers night here and there. Now I had an idea as to what I could expect going into things, but Instead of simply being a platformer in which our Rogue runs around teleporting across various stages, there is more than enough humor inserted in one of the weirdest ways that I’ve ever seen in a game.

Roving Rogue starts at the end. Quite literally, the end of the game. Having forgotten as to why things turned out the way they have our Rogue goes about retracing his steps through the various chapters and stages to find out why he just stabbed someone in the back. This is where things get good as nothing is given to you.

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