Fenix Rage

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Sep 26, 2014

With Fenix Rage, Green Lava Studios fully grasped how to fuse together hardcore platforming elements, to create an engaging experience that will test your patience and skills to their breaking point, in spite of a few minor drawbacks.

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7 / 10
Oct 13, 2014

Despite being a shorter and less varied experience than Super Meat Boy, this game perfectly fills the void felt by anyone looking for a new platformer where they will snap their controllers in frustration.

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9 / 10.0
Sep 25, 2014

Green Lava Studios, a three-man team from Costa Rica, has made an incredibly difficult platformer that will frustrate you beyond belief, but damn it's a joy to play. If you get angry at games where you'll die a lot, you might want to skip this.

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4 / 5.0
Sep 24, 2014

Fenix Rage is nothing short of great. It's a worthy entry into an unfortunately short line of hardcore and enjoyable platformers, with great aesthetics and music backed by solid mechanics.

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6.5 / 10.0
Sep 24, 2014

If you enjoy a tough 2D challenge then you'll be right at home. The rest of us might question the repetition of design or throw in the towel altogether. Fenix Rage justifies its price tag, but the player will need to get a little exhausted to see all it has to offer.

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7 / 10.0
Jan 17, 2015

Fenix Rage knows that you're here for a challenge, and that's exactly what it serves. Through the highs and the lows, you don't really have any time to think about what's going on or to be bothered by the simplistic and overly saturated visuals and repetitive generic music.

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75 / 100
Oct 7, 2014

It might not be the most original game to grace the world, but by taking a familiar concept, putting a different spin on it and polishing it 'til it gleams, Fenix Rage makes platforming fun again. Good stuff.

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9 / 10
Nov 17, 2014

Fenix Rage is the game that people dream about when they say games today need to be more difficult. This is a title that offers everything that was great about classic '80s games, filtering out a lot of the bad, and is one that Cubed3 can recommend to any gamer looking for a modern Nintendo Hard experience.

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