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It may surprise some to learn that I don’t set out to hate things. With Lumino City, I can’t help it.
Not the art style. I think this 3D, Trey Parkerian construction paper look is great. I’m reminded of The Neverhood‘s claymation world, but Lumino City goes with a more “crafts” aesthetic. That is good and I hope everyone who worked on this element of the game is proud of themselves.
It’s simply the game design I can’t get behind because I don’t want my child to be molested.
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