Rainbows And Dark Clouds

If it were taken to court and placed on the defendant’s seat, Color Splash would not be able to summon a single alibi to escape the accusation of carrying those features: the verdict would be quick, and the game would be sent to the prison where all offenders of good game design rot for all eternity. However, differently from Sticker Star, an endless lifeless slog in the form of a game, Color Splash is actually fun. Undoubtedly, it does have its share of annoying vices – for example, specific Thing Cards are still a must to make boss battles manageable and to help Mario clear certain obstacles. Nonetheless, in the fixing, or in the minimal shifts in implementation, of many of Sticker Star’s dull mechanics, it finds a way to be successful and entertaining.

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Rayman Legends

Although Rayman Legends does not rock the platforming genre to its core, something that is not exactly a requirement for a great game, it excels and astounds in every single aspect. Its graphics are an amazing explosion of colors and lines, its soundtrack features tunes that are absolutely incredible, and the creativity of its level design is unbelievable.

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