Submitted by LaurenKB123 751d ago | review

Deadlight Review (PlanetXbox360)

From the PlanetXbox360.com feature review:

"Trying to live up to a hit title is a hard thing to do, especially when it’s a game that goes above and beyond with casual and dedicated players alike. A while back, that’s exactly what PlayDead Games did with Limbo, a challenging, spooky platformer where death came often – and quickly – to a young boy who was simply trying to find his long-lost sister. The game’s combination of creepy ambience and brilliant puzzles still stands out amongst today’s Xbox Live Arcade games, making it a must-buy. And somehow, we can see how Tequila Works has been inspired by PlayDead’s game with its latest release, Deadlight." (Deadlight, Xbox 360) 7/10

LaurenKB123  +   751d ago
I will be trying this out for sure!
UltimaEnder  +   751d ago
Beat it, loved it - get it tomorrow...

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