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Tak and the Power of Juju

$13.99

GCG0119 - Developed by Avalanche Software LLC, and published by THQ, Inc., "Tak: and the Power of Juju" was released on October 15, 2003. Tak and the Power of Juju is a very creative game, a tale pitting good against evil, with hilarious cutscenes. To tell you the truth, I was very surprised by the excellence of this offering. No wonder it spawned a couple sequels. This is a 3rd-Person action adventure platformer game that is set in a tribal world where magic (juju) of the spirits is coveted and used for both good and evil. The scenario is that the evil Tlaloc has stolen the moonstones that elevates the powers of the Moon Juju goddess. Tak is the apprentice of a man who is a conduit to the spirit world (Shaman), and it is up to him to set things right in the universe. So he sets off on an humorous action-filled mission to save his village from an evil Juju Man. There are various actions tak can take, including riding on animals, running, jumping, swinging, and hitting. The environments and landscapes in this game are gorgeous. There are unique Juju powers and power-ups given if your accomplish tasks. And the gameplay is spot-on, and much more fluid and lively than you would expect. The graphics are very nice, and the landscapes and areas to explore are highly creative and eye pleasing. exotic and strange places like Chicken Island, tree Village, the Burial Grounds and Dryrock Canyon. And there are 17 powerful Juju spells you can collect along the way to help Tak. You will have to use your brains as well as your juju spells to help Tak complete his quest and return his world to it's peaceful state. The key is to master the right puzzle combinations. If you love a great adventure with outstanding gameplay, then you should pick up this solid adventure. It is suprisingly lengthy, enjoyable and challenging, too. Pre-owned. E Rated. Includes case, disk and instruction manual - Plays on Gamecube or Wii - Rarity Rating C+

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