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While the other side of the fence utilises Greek mythology to show off some of the most brutal combat and execution scenes videogames has to offer, Nintendo's offering is a little more... PG.

That isn't to say Kid Icarus: Uprising, from the team who brought you Super Smash Bros., shouldn't be looked at and embraced, and it certainly carries with it themes of maturity, but by and large this is a Nintendo game, and right down to the multiplayer, it rings through in spades.

We gave review duties to James "jickle" O'Connor, who walked away from it surprisingly upbeat and satisfied.

Click here for his full review.



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