With real-time combat, motion controls, multiple endings and a unique relationship system, at first glance it seems that Pandora’s Tower offers up more than enough to keep Wii gamers amused for
hours on end.
Indeed, as you battle to save your friend from a mysterious curse that is gradually transforming her into a demonic creature, you’ll happily lose your grip on reality and focus solely on the combat
combos possible with your double-ended chain weapon.
Not since God Of War’s Kratos got his weaponry whirling has such precise enemy elimination been such fun, but this is tempered by bizarre camerawork and paltry puzzle challenges that often amount
to little more than flicking a switch.