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Super Rude Bear Resurrection

Rating Summary

Based on 19 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

74%

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Based on 19 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4May 5, 2017
Xbox OneMay 5, 2017
PCMay 5, 2017

Developer: Alex Rose

Genre: Platformer

Super Rude Bear Resurrection is an ultra-tight, masocore platformer that anyone can beat! Every time you die, your previous corpses stack up and you can jump on them, push them around and use them as platforms or meatshields. Each death makes the game slightly easier, but it's possible to beat the whole game without dying at all!
Super Rude Bear Resurrection - Gameplay Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

Super Rude Bear Resurrection - Gameplay Trailer | PS4

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Super Rude Bear is a tough-as-nails platformer that gives meaning to your every death and provides a nonstop stream of new challenges from beginning to end.

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While it might seem easy to write Super Rude Bear Resurrection off as a 2D platformer that solely wants to make players die a shitload of time, that's hardly fair. Instead, it's much better to look at it as a game that encourages creativity and persistence. There's always a way forward or a secret exit down a hidden path. All you have to do is take a deep breath, keep trying, and maybe die more times than you care to admit.

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TheSixthAxis

Steve C
4 / 10
TheSixthAxis

It feels somewhat churlish being so negative about what is in many ways a professionally put together indie game. Many of my complaints could be patched out – although the graphics would need a severe overhaul to prevent the distractions – and it may well be that 'masocore' fans will click with the controls but, unfortunately, for me they were an insurmountable barrier to my enjoyment of the game. Super Meat Boy keeps the crown for now.

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If you love games like Super Meat Boy, be prepared to be blown away by Alex Rose's frantic and challenging gem.

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