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Don't know what's going on with the description but I would hardly call this game 2D! It's a a platform game but the mechanics dictate that you move into depth and it's blatantly 3D modelled. Saying it's 2D makes me think of Gameboy. This is not Gameboy.
This game is extremely fun and playable. The missions are all intriguing and the fighting is incredibly satisfying.
The story scenes in this game are especially cool. I can only describe them as the most stylistic and coolest motion comics I've ever seen. The transitional animation that carries us from shot to another is truly what makes them interesting and awesome.
The score was amazing too, it created the perfect atmosphere for every level and it really drew me in. This game had a very distinct print and it was certainly worth the £7.99 I paid for it!
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