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A nice trend in this series is the fact that the game is slowly letting you get higher and higher in the Dark-O-Meter with each episode. While the first one barely made it to the halfway mark by the last scene, here you will find yourself only a couple of levels away from the final "Vile" rating. If you've been following the series so far, then you don't want to miss this next one, since Puss in Boots does a pretty good job of turning the classic story into a dark comedy full of very fake-looking bloody explosions.
If you enjoyed the last three episodes of this series, you will probably enjoy Puss in Boots. The twisted art style is present, but the gameplay hasn't evolved. With each episode getting better and better I was hoping the trend would continue, unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. This episode offers nothing new, in either gameplay or narrative. While I was hoping the series would add more challenging and engaging levels to explore, it looks like that day will have to wait.