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Submitted by Lavalamp 965d ago | review

Pid Review | EGM

EGM: "Pid feels like the indie game equivalent of paint-by-numbers. While it does an admirable job aping the style and atmosphere of titles like Braid, Limbo, and Machinarium, the entire experience winds up hollow, overlong, and ultimately forgettable thanks to awkward pacing and a gameplay gimmick that isn’t quite as versatile as it needs to be." (PC, Pid, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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