20°
Submitted by mercury228 540d ago | preview

Pixel Judge Previews Don't Starve

Don’t Starve, the child of studio Klei Entertainment, bringers of the ultraviolent Shank and Mark of the Ninja. Don’t Starve is a very different breed of game, however. Klei eschews the Tartakovsky-esque aesthetic of their previous games for something a little more Tim Burton. The smooth and expressive animations are still on show, but this time there’s a little more texture and an atmosphere a bit off kilter. It works well, and especially with the waves near the shoreline, recalls the old hand drawn maps of the pre-cartography years. (Don't Starve, PC)

mercury228  +   540d ago
This game is really fun, I cannot wait to play more!
Sihayathefremen  +   539d ago
I was curious about this game but at the same time wasn't sure it was for me. A friend gifted it to me and I tried it out and I just love it.
mercury228  +   539d ago
Yeah it grows on you real quick, I am glad I have it.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Three purchases in the last 6 weeks I regret – 1) Don Bradman’s Cricket

6m ago - A writer from IM PLAYIN takes a look at some of the purchases that he regrets making in the past... | Xbox 360
40°

MINECRAFT (Honest Game Trailers)

6m ago - In the Minecraft Honest Trailer, the Smosh Games gang, addresses the innovation of Notch’s creation. | Culture
10°

Soul Guardians- Age of Midgard Brings Action RPG Gaming to Android

7m ago - Carl Williams writes, "Games with console style action are few and far between on the Android pla... | Android
10°

This Week's Purchase: SEGA Master System (plus additional SEGA items)

13m ago - DC - "Anyone following DC may be vaguely aware of the evolution of my SEGA collection, and in the... | Retro
Ad

PS4 Game Release Dates

Now - For the most up-to-date release date info for PS4 games check VGReleases.com | Promoted post
30°

Mike Bithell's Volume Delayed Until 2015

15m ago - gamrReview's Daniel Carreras: "Speaking with Mike Bithell at Develop yesterday after his talk on... | PC
Related content from friends