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Colossus Down

Mango Protocol
Dec 16, 2020 - Xbox Series X/S, PC, Xbox One

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Colossus Down - Get ready for destruction (Release trailer)

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Colossus Down - Manifesto (Teaser trailer)

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Critic Reviews for Colossus Down

Colossus Down is genuinely funny, but it's gameplay just isn't good enough to compete with other Beat'em ups.

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Colossus Down is a very entertaining game, with a wonderful narrative that will delight those who like extravagant stories and cutting, electrocution or burning large numbers of enemies.

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Psychotic Adventures continue strong.

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With a bit more variation to its gameplay, Colossus Down could have been an easy recommendation. Despite its unlikeable main protagonist, there’s a heap of potential here that could well be realised if the developer decides to go for a sequel. As it is, it’s a great looking game that unfortunately falls foul to repetitive and shallow gameplay.

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Colossus Down offers an interesting art style and comedic writing, that all fit well in the wider context of the game. Sadly, it just isn't enough to carry you through the repetitive and uninspired gameplay. Making it difficult to recommend to newcomers, and established fans alike.

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Colossus Down suffers from poorly designed combat and humor that just doesn't quite hit its mark.

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It’s a frustrating oversight, especially since Colossus Down begs to be shared. Still, it’s a real treat solo and if you’ve got a twisted sense of humour and a taste for side-scrolling punch ’em ups, you can’t go wrong with Colossus Down.

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Colossus Down features a grating protagonist going on a childish, fury-fuelled rampage, one with a wide set of levels that don't have any throughline other than her being inconvenienced. The neat aesthetic can't cover for shoddy-feeling combat and ill-instructed puzzle segments that sadly are further bogged-down by an endless stream of blathering by Nika, who has an infinite store of smugness. With so many great brawlers on Switch old and new that include sound fighting, killer soundtracks, and charming characters and worlds, Colossus Down should stay in the scrap pile.

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