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'Dokuro on PS Vita: This Little Skeletonís Got Guts!'

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    'Dokuro on PS Vita: This Little Skeletonís Got Guts!'

    The charming skeletal hero Dokuro may not get the love he deserves, but that certainly doesnít stop him from saving the day. With a captivating chalk-drawn setting and adorable fairytale themes, Dokuro provides a unique platform-puzzle experience that will flex your mind and heart!
    One day Dokuroís boss, the great and powerful Dark Lord, returns to his castle with a beautiful princess in tow. I suppose ďin-cageĒ is more accurate, since this particular princess did not come of her own free will. From the moment Dokuro lays his eyes on her, our bony hero is love-struck and resolves to save her from his masterís treacherous castle.

    The Princess pays no mind to imminent danger and will automatically move forward until she reaches an obstacle she cannot cross. Dokuroís main goal is to get the Princess from point A to point B. Naturally the path is always complicated by traps, pitfalls, and the occasional flying demon. These puzzles will take all the moxie and gumption you can muster as you travel through floors of ever-increasing complexity. As you progress, you uncover new abilities like the Hero Transformation mode that allows you to slash enemies to bits, and the almighty chalks that let you directly manipulate your surroundings with the touch of your finger.

    It may seem a strange thing to have a seemingly invisible skeleton save the day, but Dokuroís unsung endeavors are precisely what make the little scamp so relatable. Before the development team had even begun work on Dokoru, the gameís producer brought in childrenís books filled with heartwarming fairytales to inspire the team. The classic storybook style is clearly evident, but the team decided on a unique twist. It was originally suggested that the protagonist be a handsome knight, but something about the little skeleton minion struck a chord with the designers and they decided it would make for a much more interesting story to have the Dark Lordís own peon save the day. Dokuro may not be the hero the Princess expected, but heís the only one she has Ė even if she doesnít notice him! The gameís themes of unrequited love and tireless devotion are so clearly conveyed that any text is almost completely unnecessary. Dokuro is a skeleton-man of action and his beads of inexplicable sweat say more than mere words could ever convey!

    Itís weird to think of a pile of bones as being cute or charming, but once youíve met Dokuro, itís hard to think of him any other way. Fearless, unrelenting, and with the power to single-handedly defy the Dark Lordís minions, Dokuro will let no puzzle stand in his way as he escorts his beloved Princess to safety.
    Get ready for some bone-chilling excitement when Dokuro hits PlayStation Store this October.
    Dokuro on PS Vita: This Little Skeleton

    Looks awesome, kinda like Limbo, I would get it, if it wasn't for the PStore bit.

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    Looks cute, maybe I'll get it if it gets good reviews.

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    This looks fun imo. It reminds me so much of The Nightmare Before Christmas. Just hope it's long enough of a game with a plat.

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