Spare Parts Review - CheatCC

"Games for kids in contemporary design don't seem to get much attention from the industry, and, outside of Nintendo, titles that kids can enjoy as much as adults are pretty few and far between. EA has its fair share of mostly forgettable games for younger gamers, but with the likes of Hasbro Game Night and My Sims in their ranks, these generally aren't anything to write home about. Spare Parts, a game made and subsequently released with very little fanfare, seemed different. It still has a kiddy tone and aesthetic, but the gameplay looked similar to something like Ratchet & Clank or Jak & Daxter—in other words, something with enough depth for older gamers to enjoy as well—and any game that Simon Pegg chooses to lend his voice to couldn't be all that bad, right?"

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