It's shocking how fun this game is. Heh, get it? Shocking? Aww... never mind.
I've had high expectations for Elebits from the first time I saw it. It wasn't visually stunning, but it was quirky and had "sleeper hit" written all over it. I was expecting the next Cubivore or Katamari, a game that, while it's not the most beautiful thing to look at, manages to be addictive and fun. I wasn't disappointed.
The game's story revolves around a young boy named Kai, whose parents study creatures known as elebits for a living. He feels like his parents like elebits more than him, and so he learns to hate them, something he has to overcome when the elebits stop working and stop providing the world's power. Thus, as Kai...
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