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 May 17, 2010 - 07:27 AM - by Michael
* 30 Second Review - Castle Crashers

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I picked up Castle Crashers a couple weeks ago. It's an interesting little Xbox Live Arcade title.

Essentially, you know the drill. You've played the old-style beat-em-ups before. Only this time it's through a wacky, cartoony environment with over-the-top jokes, enemies, and bosses.

In single-player mode: a nifty, small beat-em-up with a lot of running around finding and digging up things.
With two players: a bit of competition, or someone to lend a hand.
With three players: ok, now it gets a tad bloodthirsty. Stop stealing my kills.
With four players: utter, fun, insane chaos.

It also makes a great party game.

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