GamingReview: Superola Champion Edition

Review: Superola Champion Edition


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Do you consider yourself a fan of burgers? Maybe you love beef, chicken, turkey, or even a vegetarian burger patty topped with everything or simply cooked and placed on a bun. Either way, if you enjoy them, how would you feel if your favorite burgers were removed from the world, and you wouldn’t be able to enjoy them anymore?

Ok, maybe you won’t be totally upset, but this little white llama in the game Superola Champion Edition is a bit outraged to find out his favorite food, the burger is being stolen by alien hotdogs. Yes, you heard that right, hot dogs are taking over the world and removing all of the burgers. So this llama has made it his goal to stop these devious alien hotdogs and retrieve all the burgers back. Therefore, if you feel you would love to help and be the hero of the game, a hero llama. Then prepare yourself for a challenging adventure with 10 worlds and 70 bright and brilliant platform-styled stages to play through.

Each location is filled with obstacles and tough bosses that need to be taken down, bringing you one step closer to victory and all the burgers you can eat! However, don’t be fooled, this isn’t going to be an easy game to speed through as there are so many obstacles and enemies trying to stop you. So if you feel you can take on an engaging game as this one, being a heroic burger-loving llama, then prepare yourself and get ready to be entertained and challenged!

πŸ¦™πŸ” How Was The Game πŸ”πŸ¦™

At first, I was going to say that this game might be too easy to accomplish, but it really has some tricky bits that made it way more challenging and entertaining. Plus, with so many levels, it’s not going to be super fast to complete, which is also a plus!

The game itself doesn’t ever feel boring, because there is no repetitious gameplay after playing from one stage to the next. Each one has something new to enjoy, especially new activities that will have you challenging your brain and putting your fighting skills to work. Additionally, with the multiplayer option, you can enjoy playing against 4 others and see who can beat the stage the fastest.

I honestly can’t say there is much of a difficult learning curve about the game. It’s very straightforward and of course, easily explained through the start of the game. If you ever tried any platformer in the past, you’ll know how simple it is to go from one location to the next defeating enemies and trying to accomplish small goals to get you closer to the main goal of the game, burger victory!

What I felt throughout the game was a little more joyful from how humorous it was and unlocking extra bonus levels is just even more exciting. On the other hand, the bosses were tough, but with a little skill, it was easy enough to defeat them and move on. Might take a few mistakes, but after a while, it gets easier. I do want to also point out that with the market on the map, you can purchase gear for the llama. Wear a costume style to personalize your llama as much as you like or even buy burgers if you can’t gain enough in each level to help restore your shooting extra powers that you’d never have known a llama could have, till you see him shoot a laser from his mouth.

Additionally, there is another entire game called Alpaca’s Redemption, a pixelated game that plays just as fun and adventurous as a classic retro game of the 1990s or the NES and SNES style era. That game choice is available right away, so no worries to complete the main game to get to play this one. It can be found right on the main menu screen and like mentioned above, this additional game is totally fun, not as fast-paced, but still very action-packed too!

Lastly, I’d like to mention that the graphics of the game, Superola Champion Edition reminds me fully of a very cartoonish style game. On top of that, you can even decide if you want to play the graphic design with a more modern visual appeal or pixelated, like a classic 16-bit game. However, either version is great and it’s clear enough to make out the characters, either good or bad in the game. Everything is very bright and full of beautiful colors, which I feel makes the game quite enjoyable and easy to see everything going on in the game. Making it hard to miss out or forget anything that you need to collect. So honestly there is nothing about this game that is negative in its beautiful artistic design. That includes the excellent gameplay as well!

πŸ¦™πŸ” Final Thoughts πŸ”πŸ¦™

Superola Champion Edition is a very cute and humorous game. For me, it was nothing but a joy and a fast-paced game that brought plenty of new discoveries and challenging enemies to face. I’m honestly not a big burger fan, probably not as much as this llama loves them. Yet, I did enjoy being a hero and moving as fast as a horse, galloping quickly through each stage to get to those burgers back! Nothing about the game was boring as each stage was different and involved doing something new. It almost felt like a game that is part of playing a quick thinking and planning platformer and even reminds me of a classic adventure game by the background sound and bright graphics.

It really is a great game that is something that will keep you entertained for a while and has plenty of unique characters to meet. That also goes for the additional game you can choose to play, Alpaca’s Redemption. Each game is original and quite fun to play!


+ Brillant and Optional Graphics; Pixelated or Modern Style
+ Bonus Stages and Another Game(Alpaca Redemption)
+ Multiplayer Option
+ Fast Paced & Challenging Gameplay

(Reviewed on the Xbox One)
Natosha M
Natosha M
If it's a game filled with action, adventure, challenges, and a great story, you best believe it; I want to play it! I'm always excited to try something classic or original when it comes to a videogame.

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