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Simple Yet Amazing!

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At first glance EDGE HD might look overly simplistic, however it is not! Find out what we thought of this complex puzzle platforming adventure by reading the rest of our review of the game!

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Gameplay And Controls:

EDGE HD features well over 100 levels of puzzling action that start off easy, but eventually become highly complex and require you to really use your head if you want to beat the later levels. The game also has bonus levels and extended levels to unlock for further challenges! As for the actual gameplay, you basically move a cube across levels while using several tactics to obtain prisms and reach the end of a level. Some levels are admittedly fiendishly difficult, but overall the game is fair with its traps and setups!

The controls are simple as you mainly just use the d-pad buttons on the Gamepad to move your cube, but that doesn't detract from the game's challenging levels one bit!

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Graphics And Sounds:

EDGE HD has very simplistic 3D graphics that are similar to those used in 90's arcade puzzlers, but it fits the mood of the gameplay quite nicely and the music is also simple yet effective! Be prepared for some nostalgia if you played arcade games back in the 90's!

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Bottom-Line: With challenging gameplay, easy to learn controls and retro graphics and music that have been upscaled and remastered this is one fun title from Two Tribes! And with it's sheer amount of content and its affordable price it's easily one of the best deals on the Wii U eshop! This game is an absolute masterpiece and worth every penny!

Score: 10/10


Last edited by Ichigofan on February 11th 2016, 1:59 pm; edited 1 time in total

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on December 29th 2013, 11:46 amMs_Kinomoto
Um....nice Review Rukiafan this is such a good game! Smile
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on December 29th 2013, 1:05 pmNINTENBRO
I just downloaded the 3DS version. I believe both versions contain the same amount of content, don't they?
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