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It’s so hard to create a good platforming game these days, just because of the legacy that other classics have lived up to.  Think about it -- has anyone really made a game as good as the original Mega Man series (9 and 10 not withstanding, obviously)?  Or for that matter, a 2D platformer that was in the same league as Mario.  These newbies keep on trying, but... Read Review

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