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If M.C. Escher was a video game developer, he might have dreamt up something along the lines of Antichamber. Indie developer Alexander Bruce has crafted a game that's all about turning common gaming conventions upside-down, and the resulting puzzle game is a surreal journey that challenges and surprises players at every turn.
Join us as associate editor Kyle Hilliard stumbles his way through the first few challenges of Antichamber's sprawling compound. Not only does it give you a good sense of the game's puzzles, it definitively answers how clever Kyle is (or isn't).
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Watched 9 minutes of the video before going to Steam and purchasing for myself. On sale now for $15, normally $20.
I want to play this.
I would buy this immediately if it were on PSN.
I was going to make the Anti-Test Chamber but someone's beaten me to it... *shakes fist angrily*
Looks well awesome, great test chamber episode =D
The name of this confused me......
Wow, looks fun.
Geez, something about this game genuinely creeps me the hell out.
It looks fascinating though. Perhaps ill try it one day.
It really is like a first-person acid trip. Looks like I'll be downloading this game off of Steam tonight!
If any one is wondering if this game is worth it, it definitely is. I do not want to spoil the experience by saying too much, but once you start playing, you never want it to stop.
Oh God, my brain is exploding!