Kick & Fennick comes to Xbox One with 30% discount

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Kick & Fennick is a video game that developed by Jaywalkers Interactive exclusively for the PlayStation Vita. The game was released on February 3, 2015, and was also available for free to PlayStation Plus members.

On January 28, Abstraction Games announced via Twitter account that it would bring the game to Nintendo’s Wii U and PlayStation 4 on June 2, 2016. One day later, the Xbox One version was made available, and can now be purchased from the Xbox Store at a 30% discount. The game usually costs $14.99 on the Xbox Store with Xbox Live Gold members enjoying a 30% discount.

In Kick & Fennick, you play as a young boy named Kick who wakes up in a dangerous world. In this world, Kick will find enemy robots he needs to take down. Kick is also able to perform superjumps by using his gun’s powerful recoil. The game has a total of 45 levels full of magnets, teleports, bounce-pads and, of course, a big guard robot that will try to stop Kick.

Here is a trailer of Kick & Fennick:

Despite its OK graphics, this game will be awesome for a both casual players and kid new to gaming.

What are your thoughts about Kick & Fennick? Will you purchase it to play it on your console?

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