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Destructoid review: Zack and Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure by Anthony Burch
I realize it's bad form to convey one's opinion of a game before the jump of a review. I don't care. I am fully willing to relinquish what little suspense might result from postponing my opinion of the game in favor of loudly stating the following, so that anyone who glances at this post will see it:
ZACK AND WIKI: QUEST FOR BARBAROS' TREASURE IS THE BEST GAME AVAILABLE ON THE WII RIGHT NOW.
Now, with that out of the way, there's a full review after the jump. It explains the game's flaws, summarizes its gameplay style, and, most of all, points out why you should
PURCHASE ZACK AND WIKI AS SOON AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE.
Hit the jump for the full review. There won't be any more boldface, I promise.
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