Topic: Twisted Fusion: A little rough but highly ambitious and fun.

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I picked up Twisted Fusion for $5 American in the NA Wii U eshop, and I have to say I'm impressed.

The character movement and scrolling seem a little stiff at first, but you get used to it. What really makes this game shine is how ambitious it is. You have multiple playable and un-lockable characters, a huge Metroidvania style game world, lots of power ups to buy, second screen use that's clever but not intrusive (it's the character's cell phone apps), and an interesting monster fusion app that I'm still trying to figure out.

There's also an element of discovery to this game that I miss from most modern games, you'll figure things out and uncover secrets as you go.

The game isn't without it's issues. Initial loading time is a bit annoying, but load times during play are fairly quick. The controls feel a bit stiff, and jumping is a little floaty. You'll get a jet-pack pretty early on that handles pretty well and addresses this though.

If you are looking for something off-beat in an action plat-former, or you enjoy a Metroidvania style world, I'd say give it a try.



I agree. It's a fun little game that reminds me of the classic days of gaming. If you're interested, I actually interviewed the developer here:

Interview with Treefall Studios (Creator of The Letter):

Crab Cakes Rescue Review:


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