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Submitted by BIoodmask 2435d ago | review

IGN: Tak: Mojo Mistake Review

Traditionally a 3D platformer, Tak: Mojo Mistake makes the transition to two dimensions remarkably well. The controls are tight and don't rely on the touch-screen too much while still providing a decent amount of gameplay variety and the new perspective allows for some amusing visual designs as well. Environment repetition becomes a problem later on, but the brief length of the typical quest is perfectly suited for the short play sessions Nintendo's handheld is known for. In the end, Tak: Mojo Mistake may not be the next New Super Mario Bros. but it does provide a few hours of old-school 2D platforming entertainment for gamers of all ages.

Presentation - 7.0
Graphics - 7.5
Sound - 5.0
Gameplay - 7.5
Lasting Appeal - 7.5
Overall - (Nintendo DS, Tak Mojo Mistake) 7.3/10

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