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Outland
8.8 out of 10

Outland

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piszozo, Metacritic
5 May 2015
  • Summary: Have you ever wondered what would be the outcome when you mix some irrelevant games? I am sure every gamer does it from time to time. For instance, I always wonder what kind of a game would come out when we combined Devil May Cry franchise with Diablo franchise.
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Fuz, Metacritic
11 October 2014
  • Summary: Keyboard controls are not redefinable by the user. This makes this game totally unplayable for me. it's a terrible, lazy port and these sort of things shouldn't be tolerated.
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clarky, Metacritic
11 October 2014
  • Summary: Sonic, but in 2014 with a different title and style. If you enjoy falling into spikes, and jumping around on moving platforms, you will love this game. I gave 3 stars because they allowed me to skip dialogues, and its an OK looking game and smooth enough. Not for me though.
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Plasmaneedle, Metacritic
10 April 2014
  • Summary: Outland may borrow from a great many games but it still manages to feel innovative and refreshing. The platforming is great, the levels were magnificently designed, the puzzles are fun. The game has charm and is visually very impressive. Any fan of 2D platformers should pick this up.
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Rastafunrise, Metacritic
23 January 2014
  • Summary: Fantastic game. Or a gem. :) Beautiful graphics and amazing gameplay with a lot of challenge. I remember when I've played games in the NES era. Some of them were so hard. I got really pissed and angry because I died a lot.
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Redfordsto, Metacritic
12 March 2012
  • Summary: Outland was unexpected. As a platform, it's entertaining. It's beautiful. But it's also limited by a very familiar pattern. As far as platforming goes, that's not necessarily a problem so long as it progresses to fruition.
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x0lani, Metacritic
8 December 2011
  • Summary: Solid platformer with rich graphics, immersive environment and excellent gameplay. The ability to switch between light and dark energy modes makes for some really thought-provoking puzzles, while maintaining enough action for proper button mashing.
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GrumpyReviewer, Metacritic
29 November 2011
  • Summary: It's difficult to review this game. At least for me. The graphics are haunting. This is a beautiful game, really; one of a kind. I love the atmosphere and how the game flows (platforming, combat, switching colors and all).
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shibumi7126, Metacritic
20 August 2011
  • Summary: I felt the need to write this review because Inuit_Dude's review was so utterly incompetent. First of all, the game does not cost $60, it costs $10. Secondly, besides both games being platformers, Outland and Little Big Planet have about nothing in common.
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One_SIC_Ma666ot, Metacritic
5 August 2011
  • Summary: Outland is a creative take on a classic genre of gaming. It brings life back to the classic sidescrolling game. The art style of outland balances shadow with light, as the world is mostly dark where the enemies are colored. From story, visual and gameplay points of view, Outland does NOT disappoint.
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