A gorgeous world is denied a chance to tell its own tale.
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A brilliantly energetic and creative platformer that doesn't just do right by its inspiration Wario Land, but actually surpasses it.
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Lacking the sharpness needed by both shooters and comedy, High on Life is a low point in the gaming calendar.
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An enticing premise held back by uneven pacing and glaring technical issues.
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An excellent remake, prequel, and game in its own right-Crisis Core has it all.
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