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July 21, 2010

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ScottyG

You could bring the 360 into work. Wouldn't take more than 5 minutes to set it up and download it. ;)

It's absolutely brilliant. It's short, but it's just short enough and the game mechanics good enough that I could easily see playing it again in the future. Some of those traps though... Way too cheap.

cory schmitz

I'll have it when you're in Seattle if you wanna try it!

Jeffrey Matulef

If you don't have any internet, then how are you posting this? I'm scared.

At any rate, I enjoyed Limbo quite a bit. I wasn't sure I liked the complete lack of story, but I've read some other interpretations that I liked better than my own (particularly that the boy was looking for a friend, which somehow never occurred to me). I reviewed it here if you're interested: http://www.thegamereviews.com/article-1785-Limbo-Review.html

ScottyG

@Jeffrey
Actually, all the story is in the Marketplace description for the game:

"Uncertain of his Sister's Fate, a Boy enters LIMBO."

.tiff

@Jeffrey Turns out they have internet at my office :P but sadly, my xbox is not here at work.

@Scotty I cannot WAIT to play.

@Cory Yeah... I may just have to do that... :P

Jeffrey Matulef

@ScottyG

While that description is on XBLA, it's never made clear in the game proper.

Wiley Wiggins

It's pretty terrific. Did anyone else figure out how to reach that one achievement with the giant gears that push out boxes? I tried everything I could to keep one of the boxes on the bottom gear, but no matter how I pushed or pulled, it would always topple off about halfway up.

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