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Puppeteer- PS3

Puppeteer- PS3
alaScore 95

5 reviews

Apr, 2014

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We have collected and analyzed 5 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 87/100. The average review date is Sep 14, 2013. We have compared these reviews to 122817 reviews from other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3). The alaScore™ for this product is 95/100 = Excellent. Last update: Apr 24, 2014.

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Puppeteer Review

 

If I knew puppet shows were this cool, I would've went to one sooner.

Everything in this game is designed to counteract boredom. During one scene in Act 2, a group of animals drags Pikarina into a Disney-esque sing-along. As the animals prance about and harmonize, Pikarina repeatedly declares how much she hates the...

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Puppeteer PS3 Review

 

When it comes to game mechanics, it's certainly nice to see something different from time to time. Sony's Puppeteer is a game that fits into the ancient platforming genre, although, despite all the usual jumping that makes up such a game, it does...

With the next generation of consoles just around the corner, Puppeteer is a marvellous, charming and uniquely flavoured PS3 exclusive in days when such a thing is dwindling. True, it’s not perfect, but what it is is a charming and fun platformer, and I...

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Puppeteer on PlayStation 3 shows what magic can come out towards the end of a console generation.

Highly recommended.

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Puppeteer Review

 

Wildly imaginative and brimming with style, Puppeteer is a fantastic platformer that's heaps of fun for kids and adults alike.

Unique and beautiful presentation ; Voice work that's delivered with passion ; Charming fairy-tale story ; Inventive platforming mechanics that constantly keep you on your toes ; Killer boss battles

You can hold only three heads at a time, though, so managing which ones to keep and which ones to discard is important, particularly if you don't want to miss out on the opportune moment to unleash their special powers. Helping you to hunt down more...

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