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Fenix Rage

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From Green Lava Studios, Fenix Rage is an inspired, frenetically-paced, challenging, and aggressively addicting 2D action platformer that will keep one’s palms sweaty, thumbs fatigued, and wits sharp. Gamers take on the role of Fenix, whose village is decimated by a huge explosion, leaving only two survivors – Fenix and Oktarus, a mysterious figure who manages to elude Fenix’s best efforts at capture. Fenix Rage instantly throws gamers into hundreds of lightning-paced levels that test their ability to jump and dash their way through a maze of dangerous obstacles, all in an effort to track down the shadowy Oktarus and collect each level’s cookie! Offering pixel-perfect mechanics, gamers will nonetheless struggle mightily to achieve the best rankings in the best time with the fewest deaths to rub in their friends’ faces. Loads of different enemies, slick retro-inspired music, fantastic environments, and the need to master lots of varying platforming tactics lay in wait…are you up for the challenge?

Fenix Rage Review

First off, f*ck this game. It’s the most frustrating thing I’ve ever played. This 2D platformer is 50% Super Meat Boy, 50 % Flappy Bird, and 50% go f*ck yourself. I was on the seventh level on the first world and managed to die 67 times before completing it. The most insane thing after all of these deaths is that I loved every minute of it. This game is hard. Like ‘Theon Greyjoy before he gets his favorite toy chopped off’ hard. But the immense amount of pride and satisfaction that you get from completing a level that’s kicked your butt is a great feeling. We had the GameZone staff huddled around my monitor, taking turns trying to beat one level. So many curse words were being exclaimed that had someone walked in they would have thought we were... Read Review

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    Fenix Rage coming to PS Vita

    Matt Liebl Oct 6, 2014