ron, May-17-2007

New article: Chibi Robo review

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The first hour or so of Chibi Robo is going to be hard to stomach, as its opening cut-scene and initial "tutorial" sequence hammer home Nintendo's long-standing kiddie stigma. If you go through that though, and stop fighting the style, you'll uncover a refreshing sandbox adventure game with strong writing – and certainly humour – of a type that grown-ups can appreciate just as well.

Chibi Robo meets Drake Redcrest

The Gamecube defense force is back and ready to pose.

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