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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 865d ago | review

Pid Review | GamingTrend

GamingTrend writes:

"Pid, or “planet in distress,” has players take control of Kurt, a small boy who is stranded on a mysterious planet. In an effort to find their way back home, players are expected to solve a series of increasingly difficult puzzles that involve the manipulation of gravity. Throw in an excellent soundtrack, a few incredible boss fights, and a challenge unparalleled in recent platforming history, and you have a side-scrolling experience that you won’t want to miss." (Pid, Xbox 360) 85/100

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