Summary: Princesses, Dark Lords, menacing castles, dashing Prince Charmings -- you've seen it all before, right? But what if I told you the dashing prince was actually a skeletal servant of the Dark Lord, who, after a moral conundrum, decided to save the princess himself, and turn into a Prince Charming in the process? Enter Dokuro -- a wholly interesting concept for the Vita with a few mechanical problems.
Summary: Dokuro is the unconventional love story between a schlubby skeleton and a beautiful princess that doesn't know he exists. But that isn't going to keep our hero from helping the troubled maiden escape the harrowing castle. With 150 challenging stages, Dokuro is an epic adventure every PS Vita owner should undertake! This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Dokuro Review | Move Over Fortesque, There's A New Skeleton On Vita
24 December 2012
Conclusion: The Short Version: Dokuro is a satisfying and elegant puzzler that works brilliantly on the Vita, providing hours of compelling content in what can charitably be called a 'dry spell' for Sony's handheld. If you're up for a challenge, Dokuro will definitely keep you busy until the next wave of Vita titles hit UK shores, and possibly beyond.
Pros: Beautifully elegant in design: complex puzzles and simple mechanics, Eyecatching charcoal visuals, charming storyline and wry humour, 150 tough levels makes for masses of content
Cons: Touchscreen controls can occasionally annoy, Occasional difficulty spikes, Perhaps slightly derivative in parts
Conclusion: Encore plus délectable qu'un Escape Plan, Dokuro fait partie des exclusivités PlayStation Vita à ne surtout pas manquer. Fort d'une ambiance sonore et visuelle très particulière, le titre réussit à nous scotcher en s'appuyant sur un cocktail plates-formes / réflexion détonant. Et puis le sort de cette pauvre princesse au QI de Lemming ne peut laisser aucun joueur indifférent !