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    Game » consists of 19 releases. Released Jul 21, 2010

    A young boy seeks to rescue his lost sister from the dreary, dangerous world of Limbo in this monochrome puzzle-platformer.

    werupenstein's Limbo (PC) review

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    Good early hooks turn to frustration

    I played most of this game 5 years ago when it came out, I got stuck towards the end of the game and wasn't enjoying it very much so I just walked away from it.

    After finishing Inside and not finding it difficult at all I decided to go back to this and give it another shot.

    Limbo is a lot harder than Inside and at many points it really felt unfair.

    This game was thankfully short.

    Visually striking, really the reason to play this game, just an amazing atmosphere.

    Controls well.

    I found the implied story to be disappointing, probably the only thing that Inside did better than Limbo.

    So I've played both games by this developer now and didn't really enjoy either of them for anything more than the worlds they created.

    Other reviews for Limbo (PC)

      I Wanna Be The Guy, But Now It's All Dark And Sad 0

      I'm sure when it dropped in 2010, Limbo was an impressive piece of work. People were still high off the frankly amazing puzzle-platformer Braid that showed just what games could do, thematically and mechanically. People had tried (and, indeed, are still trying) to incorporate the mechanics of the game directly into the theme and purpose in a way that Braid somehow managed. We've come close, and Gone Home is one of the better examples, but my point is Braid was a real watershed moment that foreve...

      2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

      A mediocre game that was propped up as "the next Braid" 0

      Right after Braid, people started looking for "the next Braid". Not having played the majority of indy games out there on Steam or Playstation network, I can't say whether or not that game has been found. I can tell you one thing, however. Despite what you have been told, Limbo is most definitely not it. It is an indy, artsy game with lots of puzzles. That's where the similarities end. The game is a mediocre platformer, with poor gameplay that is disguised by an interesting presentation and a cr...

      1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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