A Blizzard-themed MOBA that's easy to get into and increasingly fun to play as you improve.
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A very charming platformer, but not a groundbreaking one.
A disappointing follow-up to an amazing game.
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Expertly honed and original gameplay that supports a moving story delivered in a compelling way. What's not to like?