Thunderbolt: Klonoa Review


Finding a decent third party Wii game can be tough. For every Red Steel 2 or Okami there are literally dozens and dozens shovelware titles like Petz: Crazy Monkeyz and Ninjabread Man – games that are so atrocious one can't help but yearn for the revival of Nintendo's now defunct Seal of Quality. For the average consumer, a quick glance at Klonoa's box art might reveal the game to be just another inane, kid-friendly button-masher; especially when taken in conjunction with its bargain bin, twenty dollar price tag. And that would be a shame, for Klonoa is a vibrant little platformer with history, heart, and more than a little charm.

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