TowerFall Ascension

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8.9 / 10.0
Mar 25, 2014

Towerfall's fun multiplayer sets up hilarious face-offs with your friends.

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90 / 100
Mar 26, 2014

A single-screen platform brawler that's about as good as the genre has ever been—in versus or wave-survival mode.

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9 / 10
Mar 11, 2014

Classic board games don't get marked down for only being playable with real-world humans, though, and nor should TowerFall Ascension. This is the type of game that creates memories and dissolves friendships, soundtracked by the pained swears of the defeated and the uproarious cheers of the victors. If that's not worth moving your life around for, then what is?

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9 / 10
Mar 20, 2014

One of the best offline multiplayer games for years and yet more proof that the bow and arrow is gaming's most entertaining weapon of choice.

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Mar 11, 2014

TowerFall Ascension's blend of competitiveness and customization provides you with endless ways to have an incredible time. Just remember to bring some friends along for the ride.

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9 / 10.0
Mar 12, 2014

Despite a lack of solo content, few games are as entertaining with friends

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9.5 / 10.0
Mar 6, 2014

TowerFall Ascension is never not fun.

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8 / 10
Mar 6, 2014

Towerfall Ascension is a fast and frantic multiplayer game that provides lots of interesting variations on its enjoyable archery combat--just make sure you have a few friends on hand to play with.

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9.5 / 10.0
Mar 7, 2014

TowerFall: Ascension has something for just about everybody. If you're at all intrinsically motivated, you will find something to love in the deep well of content available here. I've (intentionally) not even mentioned the fact that there are hidden secrets scattered throughout the game for the treasure-seekers out there until now, as if the fact that there are secrets was a secret of its own until just now! If you do have some local friends who can come over and hold a controller, buy this game immediately and invite them over, because TowerFall: Ascension is easily one of the best things you can do on a couch.

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9.1 / 10.0
Mar 6, 2014

The most surprising thing about TowerFall is that its attractive 16-bit aesthetic also hearkens back to a classic approach to unlocking hidden secrets. The way new characters and stages are uncovered by naturally playing and exploring the game is really rewarding. It's easy to have fun with TowerFall, and there's a lot to like on the surface, but players who put more into it will certainly get more out.

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