Nintendo Life: Pole's Big Adventure Review

This game has garnered some attention - partly because it's from Sega and it's an 8-bit retro platformer, but mostly because it's filled with the wacky humour the Japanese have come to be known for. Despite having a large amount of Japanese audio text, the humour is mostly in the form of visual video game gags that should be accessible regardless of your native tongue - especially if you remember playing video games of that era.

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