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IGN: Lux-Pain Review

Lux-Pain sports a slick anime art style, which is quickly overshadowed by inane seek-and-find gameplay and a baffling story. This is a very strange choice of game for Ignition to localize. It has some high production values like good voice acting and comes with a free art book. But it is unfriendly right from the start, refusing to explain anything to the player or give us something more to do than tap at the touch screen. Digging for real worms in the dirt is more fun.

Presentation - 6.0
Graphics - 6.0
Sound - 6.5
Gameplay - 4.0
Lasting Appeal - 4.0
Overall -

The story is too old to be commented.