A fresh take on a classic game, but not without a (gnarled) handful hang-ups. This is how you remember playing the game back in 1996.
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Yup, it's still a Lego game. But it's one of the best in recent memory, full of silly laughs, gentle puzzles and delightful playable lizards.
A playful co-op experience that shines with mates, but isn't as precise or polished as a mainline Zelda.
Outdated and clearly troubled, Devil's Third has escaped development hell only to burn out publicly.