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Developer: Golden Ruby Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Take on the role of Mae Barrons an Extreme Exorcist with extreme measures. Her supernatural skills are called upon when everything and everyone else has failed to rid a haunted house of its ghostly presence. Conventional methods won’t cut it with these ghosts. Instead, Mae comes armed with a deadly arsenal of ghost-busting weapons, from rocket launchers to razor sharp boomerangs. But these aren’t your average poltergeists. At the end of each round, a ghost appears and mimics your every move from the round before. The longer you survive the more extreme the game becomes.
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Extreme Exorcism isn’t a bad game, but its core hook fails to captivate players from the get go. With so many amazing games currently available, new releases need more than just a cool idea to stand out. Sadly, Golden Ruby Games haven’t fully realized their title, and it is more enjoyable in concept than in execution. Overall, Extreme Exorcism doesn’t have the pick up and play quality of other games in the genre and fails to captivate audiences.
If you’re looking for a dip in and out arcade fix though, Extreme Exorcism ranks among the best I have ever played. Its fast and frantic nature allows anyone to play – and to feel good at it – while at the same time offering enough depth for score hunters to master the perfect strategy on it’s various stages. This coupled with its excellent multiplayer makes Extreme Exorcism well worth a look.
Extreme Exorcism invigorates the arena battler with its brilliant ghost mimicking mechanics, proving to be a highly entertaining proposition for either a group of friends or the lone player to stuck into.