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Call it what you will: bullet-hell hellhole, unrelenting platformer of the forever never zone, go ahead and select Simple, you baby -- and all are apt. But one more thing sums up the full Cuphead experience -- breathtaking.

And with the long-gestating DLC that has finally arrived, Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course we get just that, a game that can literally take your breath away... with anxiety.

Here's a snippet:
Sure, that might sound like Stockholm Syndrome, or as if an oversized cartoon gun were pointed at my head to say, but the truth is this is a die and retry thriller and its gated design, which teases progress, is simple and elegant and totally absorbing. It’s as Esther proclaims in that quote that opens this review, only Esther is Studio MDHR and we’re being buried by them at every opportunity for challenge, yet sucked back into the experience again and again. Beat this scene on Simple and open up the island a little more, but you can’t fulfil your actual goal here unless you beat it on Regular. That’s it, them’s the brakes, now go get good.
Click here for our Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course review.

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