Summary: Atmosphere is king in this 2D puzzle-platformer, and I feel that does hurt it a little bit on the Vita. It's a game that soars when you play it alone in a darkened room with headphones on. Given the nature of portable gaming systems such as Sony's handheld, odds are most people are going to play on a family trip or in a waiting room or something. Sadly that takes a bit out of what makes this experience so grand. It's a haunting game.
Summary: Graphics: 9.5 out of 10 Gameplay: 9 out of 10 Fun: 8.5 out of 10 Controls: 10 out of 10 Ease to Learn: 8 out of 10 Length: 8 out of 10 Re-play: 7.5 out of 10 Audio: 10 out of 10 Bugs/Glitches: none
Summary: I wish they made more of these. Not everyone had Xbox live or Internet access. I bough this for my brother who lives in the country, and does not have high speed. There are many more Xbox live arcade games that I would love to introduce him too, but sadly they just don't make compilation discs like this. Overall though, like I said in the title, worth it just for Limbo and Trials.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. A great game for what it is. I actually love the art style and the black and white game presentation. It's a puzzle platformer with some horror elements. The puzzle's itself aren't too hard or too easy, I'm not the smartest so this was actually a decent challenge for me... To put this game in perspective there's no story nor dialogue, and the ending was very quick and subtle with no definitive answer it seems..
Summary: A noir platformer with smart puzzles and a gameplay structure that just don't let you go until you finish it. Its unique atmosphere its made of dream material, maybe even nightmare material that gives the game a horror theme but with an adorable premise in my opinion. Games like this have gave the indies the attention they deserve and i only wish that it was longer. I'd love to see a sequel or something new and evenly unique from the developer in the future.