Guacamelee! for PS Vita
PS Vita

Guacamelee!

Apr 9, 2013

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: DrinkBox Studios
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Carlos Calaca has kidnapped El Presidente's daughter, and he plans to sacrifice her in order to merge the World of the Living with the World of the Dead. Juan, a normal guy who stumbles upon a Legendary Luchador mask, must find the strength and courage to become the Hero he's always dreamed of being, and put a stop to this. Not for you, not for Calaca, but for El Presidente's daughter, the most beautiful girl in all the world. Travel the mystical and mysterious world of Mexico as a down and out Luchador using the power of your two fists to battle evil. Uncover hidden wrestling techniques like the Rising Rooster, and Flamingo Flop to open new areas and secrets.

Critic Reviews

19 Reviews
8.39
Daniel BischoffApr 09, 2013
The combat is addicting, the animations are beautiful, and the narrative is entertaining. What more could you want? As another cross-buy from the PlayStation Network, you'll get both Vita and PS3 versions of the game making this kind of a no-brainer. If you have the chance, wrestle this one to the ground today.
Simon MillerApr 10, 2013
Guacamelee! manages to paper over many of its cracks thanks to its deft humour and considered mechanics, and for that reason alone anyone who dares to pick it up will find it difficult to be disappointed. Being able to transfer the experience from your PS3 to PSVita, or vice-versa, is no bad incentive either. It's a game with heart, and shows that Drinkbox has ideas well beyond what it has delivered previously.
Peter BrownApr 09, 2013
All things considered, Guacamelee is one of the strongest games on the PlayStation Network, period. The responsive controls and a grin-inducing sense of humor make it near impossible to put down, and the expressive use of color will warm the hearts of even the most cynical among us. After hitting so many high-notes, Guacamelee's conclusion is a bittersweet farewell, but every adventure, even the best of them, eventually comes to an end.

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