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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 914d ago | review

Machinarium Review | ConsoleMonster

ConsoleMonster:

It has to be said, that it is a very interesting time for the games industry. As ‘B grade’ titles appear less and less and only the huge ‘triple A’s’ survive, the industry has opened its doors to new areas and people. The rise of the indie developer and Kickstarter project is upon us, and in this wave of cheaper developed games some retro ideas (and genres) have been washed back into the realms of the mainstream. (Machinarium, PS3) 75/100

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