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Cosmophony is the most difficult game I have ever played in my entire life. I play all kinds of video games. Cosmophony is crazy, insane tough. It is so easy to make a mistake in Cosmophony. Do you know what happens when you make one tiny mistake in Cosmophony? Start from the beginning of the level.

Cosmophony is selling for $3.99 on the Wii U. It is also a downloadable only video game. There are very few levels in Cosmophony. Which is another reason for the mind breaking difficulty. If Cosmophony had a normal difficulty setting then gamers would blow through the game. This way they never complete it.

If you purchase Cosmophony, you should be able to make it through the tutorial. Well after multiple attempts of course. Yes Cosmophony is that hard. Expect to die while moving around this pipe. There are triangles in Cosmophony we can shoot.

Cosmophony is fast and furious in its action. The music cranks in a neat way. The music is the best part of Cosmophony in my encyclopedia. The graphics are not that great in my encyclopedia. They might even trigger migraines for people that get them.

The religious content in Cosmophony is deep, and contrary to the majority of Americans who identify as Christians. Players take the heart of a dead goddess to try and remake the universe. She also references there were once other gods. I thought of Greek Mythology while I played Cosmophony. Nothing in Cosmophony fit into the Judeo-Christian belief set.

Cosmophony might be okay if the controls were not so loose. I died so often thanks to the game moving one more time in a direction than I thought I pressed. Which led to frustration since there was not enough time to correct it. If you want a challenging game that will anger you, then check out Cosmophony.
- John


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 55%
Gameplay: 45%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Moving Player
Developer: Moving Player, Bento Studio
Rating: 'E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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