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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 515d ago | review

Little Inferno | Geekenstein Review

"Little Inferno is quite possibly the worst indie “game” I have ever played. I put “game” in quotes because I’m hesitant to even call it that. I’ve seen free, ad-ridden iOS apps more enjoyable than Little Inferno. It’s not a game at all, it’s a tech demo shamefully marketed as a full-priced indie game." - Dustin Triplett of Geekenstein.com (Little Inferno, PC, Wii U) 0.5/5

Neonridr  +   515d ago
I am disappointed in these reviews. I was hoping for more from this games. But now I am glad I didn't purchase anything from the eShop yet. Perhaps I will take that $15 and put it towards Nano Assault Neo instead. Trine 2 is still a purchase for me regardless.
DivineAssault  +   515d ago
damn smh.. whats going on with this wii u? I seen good scores pop up for 1st party titles only to be nullified on metacritic by others that didnt feel as thrilled.. I hope more support flows in from outside devs.. I hear miiverse is a ghost town for 3rd party games compared to 1st..
lilbroRx  +   515d ago
That is because most third party games suck. The devolopers didn't put enough effort into them.

Why would people be talking up sub par games?

Not that I see what that has to do with this review. This is an indie game that was released on the PC(primary system) and the Wii U.
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shackdaddy  +   515d ago
.5 seems a little bit harsh. I don't think I've ever seen a .5 score before...
kesvalk  +   515d ago
i saw this game on steam, and is barely a experimental game... i have yet to understand the objective behind burning your things...

and i agree that is barely a "game" it's more like that sandbox chemistry programs...

in fact, i think that sandbox chemistry programs are more like games than that...

very disappointed knowing that this is from the same guys that made the awesome world of goo.
AssassinTRIP  +   515d ago
The objective of burning things is to burn them. Burn certain things to unlock combos and then you get more coins to burn other things. I wanted to like this game, I really did. But it's not a game, it's an experiment app. The $15 price tag is just embarrassing.

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