Limbo. The state between existence and non-existence. The mystery behind Limbo’s story is equally as fascinating as the game in its entirety. Playdead development accomplished much with the release of Limbo by giving us a game with a minimalist story, an original look, and mind-bending puzzles. Limbo was voted the best indie title on PSN for 2011, so does the game rise above other titles, or does Limbo introduce players to purgatory?
Limbo pulls off an entire story with no dialogue and one word: HOTEL. What is this hotel? Who owns it? Is it an homage to Hotel California? Who knows. The best literature is ambiguous, and Limbo’s storyline can be interpreted many ways. As the game begins, the player–a young boy with a sever Read the rest of this entry
The PSN blog outlined the upcoming titles for the network this week. Among the titles are Trine 2, Apples to Apples, Sonic CD, LA Noire, NCAA Football 12, Just Cause 2, Brother’s and Arms, and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands. The most interesting title shining in my eyes is Trine 2, the sequel to Frozenbyte’s 2009 title.
Trine is a sidescrolling action/puzzle game in which a mage, a thief, and a warrior must combine their skills (and their
Get ready to leave the castle and search for the Lost Eternia Shards. Told in 4 parts, the young adventurers are tasked with rounding up the last of the Eternia Crystals and sealing away the forces of evil.
Part 1, “Mistymire Forest,” is available now on Steam for $4 and will be available on PSN and XBLA on Dec. 21. In each pack, players are treated to a new campaign map, a new PvP map, a new challenge, new cinematics, new enemies, 10 weapons, a new pet, a new boss, and a few secrets upon completion. Each part can be downloaded individually or as a bundle for $9.75 for a limited time.
Still no word about the character pack DLC for PSN or XBLA.