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Submitted by combocaster 669d ago | review

A Walk in the Dark Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

A Walk in the Dark is undoubtedly an example of how to get into the gaming industry, especially in Portugal where there is no investment. Start with a small team with an indie game is the best path when there is no budget, unfortunately games this genus may not have very big ambitions are rare games like Braid or Limbo. A Walk in the Dark has a good style both visual and sound. Unfortunately due to the limitations of the story elements were almost completely removed from the game. The basic premise is still there, but unfolds through only a handful of very short animations and background is almost impossible to understand the real story of the game.
The good news is that despite everything he still looking great and platforming action is intense, challenging and plentiful. A Walk in the Dark however much one tries to distance Limbo recalls in its artistic direction. It is beautiful and elegant, and while the popularity of Limbo makes comparisons unavoidable, the beauty of A Walk in the Dark has its own personality. (A Walk in the Dark, PC) 7/10

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