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Puuba, Mastertronic
Jun 6, 2014 - PC

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Critics Recommend

6 / 10
God is a Geek
7 / 10
Gaming Nexus
8 / 10
We Got This Covered
3.5 / 5
2 / 5
Hardcore Gamer
3 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Concursion

Concursion is a little too shaggy, a little too loose in control, to reach that level. An interesting game, then, and sometimes a brilliant game, but one that demands a little too much patience and forgiveness to fully appreciate.

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It does dip when controls become a problem and enemies kill you when they never should, but to anyone with a love of the classics, Concursion is undeniably worth picking up.

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All in all, Concursion is a fairly solid game, but there are some issues here and there.  The graphics and animation are so-so, the difficulty curve can be steep and times, and the bosses can be pretty tedious.  Overall though, if you're into classic gaming genres I'd at least give the demo a shot before picking up the full game.

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Concursion will surely have a welcome home in any Steam user's library, with a hearty appreciation for precise and demanding 2D platforming, but newcomers may be better off spending their $12 elsewhere.

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If you've got 10 bucks to blow on a perfect mix of 5 crappy games, Concursion is the game for you.

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While fans of 2D platformers will enjoy it, Concursion has rough edges when it comes to its slightly-unresponsive controls and overall gameplay smoothness. The cheap-looking graphics and forgettable soundtrack hurts things as well.

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A Mash up game with surprising fun game play!

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Concursion's genre-hopping Big Idea is magnificent, but each of its disparate gameplay styles falls apart in the execution on a mechanical and visual level. Definitely worth trying if you're curious to see how innovative indie developers are pushing boundaries, but difficult to recommend as an £8.99 videogame.

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