‘Wooden Sen’SeY’ Review: Fun, For a While

Mediocre combat limits this otherwise fun and polished indie action-platformer.

Part old-school side-scroller another part nifty beat-em-up, Neko Entertainment and Upper Byte’s Wii U title “Wooden Sen’Sey” is a tribute to “Castlevania” and “Ninja Gaiden,” with an art style that can only be described as part “South Park,” part “Little Big Planet.”

If that’s not video game sexy than you just woke up from a 20-year “Q-Bert” inspired hibernation.

But take away the quirky art design and beat-em-up gameplay and you’re left with a shallow adventure that’ll make itself less enjoyable the more you play. Although it’ll definitely have its fans, they’ll most likely be of the younger variety or those that can look past the fact that, at times, it’s just not much fun to play.

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