Ferrago: Viva Pinata: Pocket in Paradise Review

Ferrago Writes: "The game starts off much in the same way as the 360 version does, too, giving you a spade with which to begin transforming a barren stretch of Piñata island into a beautiful paradise (or whatever your garden vision should look like) in which to home a selection of weird and wonderful Piñatas. Different animals demand different things of your garden. Want a Quackberry (the game's duck-alike) you'll need water, want a Syrupent (a snake) you'll need grasses, and so on. Higher level beasts have greater demands; other creatures to feed on for example."

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