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Dying in A Game Never Felt So Good
on July 05, 2013 at 06:29 PM
I’m sure I’ve mentioned in previous writings how big a deal I believe atmosphere is in video games. As of late, developers seem to be thinking the same thing; indie developers in particular. What with the huge competition between the upcoming next-gen consoles, one of the big arguments between...
Review - Limbo (PSN)
on September 09, 2012 at 09:00 PM
oh, where to begin with this game... Limbo can be bought in the Playstation store, as well as the x-box live arcade respectively, for a believe a meager $15 [possibly $10][either way its worth it!]. whats best about this game is you wont find another game like it. its hard to explain what it is that...
The Definition of Atmosphere
on January 08, 2012 at 07:39 PM
Limbo is the adventure of a young boy who… probably wants to escape from the hellish world he awakens to find himself trapped inside. There is not much to the story of Limbo, and there really does not need to be one. The small visual cues tell the player everything that needs to be said. While...
Limbo Review: A Surreal, Ingenious Adventure
on August 24, 2010 at 04:04 PM
Limbo is another refreshing take on the puzzle genre, like Portal and Braid before it. While I would not put Limbo right up next to those two games in terms of overall innovation and inspiration, Limbo is definitely one of the most interesting, and certainly the most beautiful Xbox Live Arcade game I...
Stuck in Purgatory: LIMBO review
on August 23, 2010 at 11:10 PM
Limbo or Purgatory is a Catholic belief that between Heaven and Hell there is a place for the lost and for those who were neither good nor bad. That is where the XBLA exclusive puzzle game Limbo takes you (maybe). You play a boy who awakes in a forest, begins walking around and discovers that this is...
This is it: LIMBO
on August 19, 2010 at 09:42 PM
All I have to say is: "Wow". I have been playing this game since it's release this summer, and I greatly respect it. One thing I personally enjoy about this instant classic is it's lack of tutorial; you are dropped off in a forest with NOTHING. I love that. The majority of the game...
All around great game
on August 17, 2010 at 10:25 PM
I was hesitant to download this game at first simply because it seemed bland and colorless, literally. However, color doesn't need to be present to make this game outstanding. It got frustrating at times, although I can chalk that up to personal impatience, but the game is solid. I would highly recommend...
Limbo Review: Playing with Death
on August 10, 2010 at 03:21 PM
Breaking the water of this year’s Summer of Arcade is Limbo , a game about childhood, survival and death. Although the concept and gameplay don’t exactly scream, “Summer fun for everyone!” the game is hauntingly gorgeous, provocative and deserves its place in the limelight of...
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