Summary: I bought this on my macbook about 4 months ago it is an interesting puzzler that is fun but once past there is noting more to this I really felt like a good computer game but a ps3 game I don't know how that would feel I give it a 7 because it is a good play threw but that is it you could past this with in 3 hours then thats it noting left.
Summary: It's your regular sidescroller. Has a wonderful soundtrack. It is mostly silhouettes, which adds to the mood. I beat it as soon as I got it but found myself playing again and again. Very ambient feel to it. It will give you a feeling that something is not quite right and it is never resolved even after completion. It is a game that you will remember.
Summary: This game is amazing... especially for a DLC. When I first got this game, I was a bit skeptical. I expected a puzzle game, plain and simple. Probably the first half of the game is in the horror genre, containing brain-thinking, and the second half is majorly full of difficult puzzles. I honestly don't know what else to put. The game was entertaining, fun, and required brain work, rather than most of the games that I see today. There isn't a lot of trophies.
Summary: Great game. I'm a bit bored with mainstream titles and don't have time for Epic Slog 3 or Shoot At Obnoxious Teenagers Online 5, anyway, but I love the growing "games as art" movement, of which Limbo is a fine example. It's dark and creepy, with a few nods to classic puzzle platformers, like Out of this World and Abe's Odyssey. The art direction, animation, and ambient sound are wonderfully atmospheric, and keep you guessing what to expect next.
Summary: I just recently downloaded this on the PlayStation Network after playing the demo and enjoying it. At the present time I have completed it twice. The music is moody and relaxing. When walking around you will notice wonderful sound detail - the crunching on the dirt underneath you as you run, distant environmental sounds and mechanical sounds, all done with wonderful rich clarity.
Summary: Awesome black and white uber-creepy game where your controls are limited (mainly forward with some grabbing) and you need to use a minimalist approach to solving the games puzzles. Really makes you think outside of the box. The dying scenes by various objects are very gruesome even in the shadows. Check it out!
Summary: On its release, Limbo was one of those games that had everyone talking. Released on the Playstation Network by an independent developer, it showed that there was still a market for smaller software studios to release their own stuff and that games did not have to be a sequel to be successful. A young boy wakes up alone in a forest, separated from his sister. This is not a good forest to be lost in, because it's full of danger.
Pros: Beautiful, atmospheric graphics, trial and error gameplay somehow works
Cons: Very violent, very short with limited replay value, not particularly cheap
Summary: Many big games these days just seem to be all extremely similar, with the same type of game play, just behind a different back drop. However, just a small look into smaller games can see how creative video gaming can really be. Limbo is one of those games. The story of Limbo is extremely simple, with you taking control of a nameless boy, who is searching for his sister. The story itself may as well be non-existant, as it is not really needed at all to enjoy the game.