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Kyurinaga’s Revenge

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

38

Top Critic Average

33%

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Based on 6 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 25, 2016
Xbox OneOct 25, 2016
PCOct 25, 2016

Developer: Recotechnology S.L.

Genre: Platformer

Kyurinaga's Revenge is a 2D-based game with lots of platforming, action and puzzles. Battle alongside our two heroes: The samurai Kaoru Tamanegi and the street fighter Broccoli Joe all across the Feudal Japan in their new adventure! You can switch between characters at any point but bear in mind that, even if you are a lone wolf, you'll still need to combine both heroes in order to overcome all the enemies and puzzles that Kyurinaga is going to throw at you. Or you can also partner up with a friend and bring the Shogunate down in our co-op mode.

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Kyurinaga’s Revenge Reviews

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Simple yet fun platforming game. It may not be the most beautiful or complicated game out there, but still it's an interesting one.

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Kyurinaga’s Revenge is a broken mess of a platformer. With unresponsive controls, demanding platforming, and frustrating boss battles, this game is proof that some vegetables just aren't good for you.

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Tracey
81%
PS3Blog.net

The game is not as fleshed out as Yasai Ninja, but I did have fun with it as I worked on my Kyurinaga’s Revenge review. I liked what the game did with this new game, and hopefully they’re hard at work on a new entry in this universe.

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To summarise, Kyurinaga's Revenge has aggressively bland level design, flawed mechanics, and the only purpose its few bosses serve is to put expensive HDTVs and controllers at risk. Although the backgrounds show some creativity and the combat mode is a serviceable distraction, they do little to stem the tide of misery that is this game.

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