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CSM: Tak and the Guardians of Gross review

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"Similar to the TV series and other video games set in the world of Tak, the game does feature a fair amount of humor that helps propel the game from mediocre to enjoyable. The layout of the game is such that even young gamers will be able to advance through the title quite quickly, because the orbs that you must collect are set on a path through the levels rather than being simply scattered. The mix of puzzles, platform jumping, and slight fighting action make the game entertaining. Thanks to the parkour gameplay of running, jumping, climbing through environments, the battles become quite dynamic with Tak vaulting over enemies while attacking, rather than simply mashing buttons in hopes of winning." (Tak and the Guardians of Gross, Wii) 3/5

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