Summary: Excellent art and music (the game is a work of art), the puzzles are very interesting in the beginning and quite (but not very) interesting in the second half of the game. I actually though that the game will go more in the direction of violence and philosophy/psychology (e.g.
Summary: This is a great special edition set. Be warned: Mine was shipped naked in a thin bubble mailer. The corners got crushed in transit. I tried to get a replacement but Amazon only offered a 10% refund. Now I have a $23 crushed special edition copy of Limbo. Yay.
Summary: Simple and brilliant. The result of game + art. Game mechanics is great and it's mood quite unique. Puzzles are quite easy but since mistakes often means death and restart, that's a good thing, to avoid them into become annoying. Checkpoints are well and often placed.
Summary: When Limbo first came out for the 360, it was one of those games that kept me glued to my couch for hours on end. The almost silent game with its creepy, yet beautiful atmosphere, was a hit at E3 and a long waited tittle, until its release. It delivered and kept me playing.
I only have the standard edition, but even that is well worth your money
Josh H-G, Amazon
1 December 2010
Summary: Disclaimer to start: I only have the standard edition of the game. None of these lovely-looking add-ins. So as far as my review is concerned: the game alone is worth your money. The art style is lovely, the story (as it were) is engaging without being disruptive, or seeming divided from the game.
Summary: Limbo is a game which changes the view of the player. Played in black and white , it toys with a players emotions. The story is great, and it is hard to get at first but anyone should be able to pick it up by the end of the game.