Dewy's Adventure review

Classy developers get watered down in their second outing

GamesRadar+ Verdict


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    Awesome heat puzzles

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    Cool boss battles

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    Cute characters


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    Controls pretty much suck

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    Really bad music

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    Combat gets dull

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Sept 28, 2007

Ever sipped from an innocuous mountain spring, only to find your guts afire hours later when the “refreshing purity” reveals its true bacterial payload? Like the Evian-to-be that had you hugging the porcelain that time in the Brecon Beacons, Dewy’s Adventure pledges refreshment, disguising a cruel backstabbing agenda within.

Backstabbing, you say? Okay, it’s a bit strong, but we must admit we’re disappointed. During the Wii’s wobbly training feet days, Elebits was the perfect crutch. Picking out just one of the Wii’s unique features - the pointer - Konami crafted a delightful, domestic rummaging game. It was short, sweet and, most importantly, was able to forget the old way of doing things, and fully embrace the alien experience that is Wii.

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DescriptionKonami continues the trend of releasing a cutesy game for the Wii with awful controls. If you can look past that, well, then you have a so-so platformer on hand.
US censor rating"Everyone"
UK censor rating"Rating Pending"
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)