A highly innovative, amazingly well-written, perfectly scored game with engaging characters, fun areas, and a very satisfying battle system.
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A highly entertaining Metroidvania-styled platformer with fantastically witty writing and amusing dialogue.
A neat game for anyone who is a fan of the series.
A fantastic experience for anyone who enjoys fighting games, and probably a great one even if you're not a big fan of the genre.
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An extremely faithful adaption of a true Nintendo classic from the company's early years, with some well-needed changes to justify the full price tag in today's gaming landscape sprinkled on top for good measure.
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A quirky, fun game at its core; one which will poke fun at its own expense and yours, so long as you're able to laugh with it.