nate's Ōkami (PlayStation 2) review

didn't sweep me off my feet

The game's visuals are what drew me in, and I still love the art style. It's unique, amazing - beautiful. However, the game itself just seemed to drag on and on for me and gave little sense of where the story was going. As soon as I'd think I'd freed the world from the dark curse, the curse would appear somewhere else and we'd do the same thing all over again. I can only save the world so many times, and after logging forty hours with no sense of whether or not it will end soon, I'm getting sick of it. Still, for those who love Zelda like adventure/RPGs this one is worth checking out.


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