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Submitted by Columbo 2587d ago | review

Gaming Age Online: Tak: Guardians of Gross Review

Basically, the newest Tak entry is a substandard platforming/brawler hybrid that just doesn't manage to do anything for me. The controls work well, and it certainly looks like a Tak game, but the featureless enemies that you're constantly bombarded with grow old quickly, and the lack of any real solid platforming elements take away what Gaming Age remember being fun from the first title. If you were a fan of the original (or even the sequels), don't expect much from this entry, as it certainly isn't the return that they would have hoped for from a game series that has been absent for a few years now. (PS2, Tak and the Guardians of Gross, Wii) C/A+

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