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Developer: Golden Ruby Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Extreme Exorcism is a paranormal platformer where every move you make comes back to haunt you. 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. Engage in non-stop ghost annihilation in 10 eerie areas of the haunted house – each room presenting its own hellish hazard. Brave the winds on the balcony and the fire in the kitchen, surviving for as long as you can.
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Extreme Exorcism is an excellent example of why Nintendo's recent moves to embrace the indie scene are so great. Its quick, fun gunplay partnered with a fitting, if not groundbreaking soundtrack make for a game that's perfect to sit down and enjoy with three friends. It's a must-have title for Wii U indie supporters and fans of split-screen multiplayer.
Extreme Exorcism is a fun game bolstered by an extraordinarily unique concept. The game’s campaign wears a little thin by the end, but the ride from start to finish is delightful. If you have friends to play with, the multiplayer is well worth the price of admission, as the weapon variety and unbridled insanity make it a hell of a time.
Extreme Exorcism is a fun indie title to sit down and play in short bursts. It’s an interesting gaming mechanic to essentially battle against yourself which really works, if you play in short bursts. There isn’t enough here to keep you going for hours and the lack of off-TV play is an annoying omission from the developers. But for the most part, Extreme Exorcism is an entertaining title for you to play with your family and friends, it’s simple enough for everyone to get involved and would be an ideal purchase for you to play over the Christmas holidays.