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  • Summary: Save the mysterious kingdom of Lemuria from the Queen of the Night, who has stolen the sun, moon and stars.

    - Venture through a magical realm full of everything from friendly fairies and gnomes, to vile wolves and dark dragons. - Fight monsters and evil mythical creatures as the
    Save the mysterious kingdom of Lemuria from the Queen of the Night, who has stolen the sun, moon and stars.

    - Venture through a magical realm full of everything from friendly fairies and gnomes, to vile wolves and dark dragons.
    - Fight monsters and evil mythical creatures as the mischievous yet brave Aurora and her loyal firefly Igniculus, in thrilling action-based battles.
    - Go into combat with a friend in the seamless drop-in, drop-out cooperative multiplayer mode.
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  1. Oct 10, 2018
    90
    On Switch, Child of Light keeps on being a fantastic, poetic and powerful playable fairy-tale for the whole family, with strong arts, a beautiful story, some easy to understand mechanics and a lovely soundtrack.
  2. Oct 10, 2018
    90
    Sometimes there are video games that are small pieces of art. Child of Light: Ultimate Edition is a clear example of this, being a great work with a superb audiovisual section, an innovative narrative and a perfect gameplay for RPG fans.
  3. Oct 13, 2018
    90
    Quotation forthcoming.
  4. Oct 11, 2018
    88
    Child of Light is as great a game today as it was four years ago, a delicate and stylish gem which shows that even if you produce AAA title with dancers and assassins you still manage to create something ethereal and gentle.
  5. 85
    All in all, Child of Light can be simple and easy, and played with low stress, an experience breezy. The aesthetic is one up there with the best, and if you avoid enemy encounters bosses can be quite a test. Without a doubt here’s a title that’s unique but subtle, yet demands your attention and a look; I’ll hear no rebuttal. Well-suited to those who want a creative RPG that both sticks to and deviates from this genre’s normalcy. If you’re never played it, well now’s the time. Go on and enjoy Child of Light in its Nintendo Switch prime.
  6. Oct 13, 2018
    83
    Child of Light is one of those games able to enter the collective memory on tiptoe, silently, but without time that can in any way sweep away the track.
  7. Oct 10, 2018
    80
    On the whole, Child of Light is an easy recommendation for those who didn’t catch it the first time round. The ‘light’ in the title sums things up nicely – you get game mechanics usually reserved for massive RPG epics in a concise package that’s as beautifully refreshing as when it was first released. It’s a shame to see framerate hitches – however occasional they may be – but they’re not enough to cast a shadow on this delightful adventure.

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  1. Oct 15, 2018
    7
    A beautiful art style that unfortunately cant carry the game`s final third which falls totally flat.
    The story also suffers towards the end
    A beautiful art style that unfortunately cant carry the game`s final third which falls totally flat.
    The story also suffers towards the end of the game.
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