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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Dec 16 2013
By Elvick TOP 100 REVIEWER
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've been playing Knack a lot since launch. I've beat it about four times now, going on my fifth and final (for awhile) playthrough on Very Hard.

Let me start by saying Knack is not a platformer. It's a character action game, with some light platforming. Think LEGO games, minus the LEGOs and 'puzzles'. If you go in wanting a game like Crash Bandicoot, you'll be disappointed. That's not the type of game Knack is trying to be. If Crash is 90% platforming and 10% combat, Knack is the direct opposite. 90% combat, 10% platforming. There is more platforming than I originally though the game would have, but it's not balanced out throughout the game well. It starts with some, then there's a lot of chapters without any major platforming, then it eventually starts up again.

The game either clicks with someone or it doesn't. It's designed to be easy to grasp. Meaning, it's very simple in terms of controls. Square is attack, triangle activates things prompted, circle + another button activates a special move, x is jump. And you move with the left stick, and dodge with the right stick.

Some people have issue with the simplicity, but the difficulty (normal or higher) is designed to make you think about each encounter. And the checkpoints, which some feel are unfair are designed to prevent people from mindlessly hacking away until they beat one encounter and move to the next and repeat. Which would just make the game tedious if it allowed you to get away with that on any difficulty other than easy.

Checkpoints are usually 3 battle areas and one or two platforming area apart. So you're punished if you mess up, you're either going to love this or hate it. I love it, it makes each event have a risk involved. Which keeps you on your toes.

Easy is very accessible.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is fun, whimsical and pleasant. I find this relaxing and quite enjoyable. Most of all, I can play it! This is not the tough game that it is made out to be. As a series of challenges sometimes I succeed and other times I fail; When I fail I just try and try again until I get it right. After 3 hours and one major boss fight I haven't yet hit a wall. It's classic gaming but with modern visuals, audio and controls.

Accept the game on its own terms. I think that it's a proper game that is disarmingly innocent.

And if kids can play a Mario game then Knack should be easy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Knack Review Dec 9 2013
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The thing I love about the game is the ability of the co op experience. In knack you can have another person join your game at anytime as your sidekick and then run around and bash things together. I think this game is geared toward young kids however having played video games myself since Atari I have to say I love this game. The graphics are amazing, the colours are vibrant and beautiful, the story line is excellent along with the voice acting. Whether you are an adult or a child I think you'll find a lot of fun in the story of the game, the beauty of the design and the simplicity of play. This game is the equivalent of the new age Mario. Definitely a five star review.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun game March 11 2014
By Carl PC
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It actually was a pretty decent game considering how low the reviews were. Don't think of it as a next gen game and expect amazing graphics and you'll have fun
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