OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes Review: Pulling Punches
With an extensive roster of quirky characters and a world that’s as colorful as it is joyful, the OK K.O.! universe is the perfect playground for a video game adaptation. But while OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes perfectly captures the show’s tone and aesthetic in its own way, it is, unfortunately, let down by repetitive quests and shallow mechanics.
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You play as a young boy named K.O. who aspires to be the world’s greatest hero. He is aided in his journey by his delightful group of friends (such as the cool-as-ice Enid, the slacker Radicles, and the tough-as-nails Mr. Gar) who all hang out and work with him at the Lakewood Strip Mall. But when the evil Lord Boxman from across t…