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Molding and shaping Terraria's world with twin sticks | Joystiq

Joystiq: "Against all odds, Terraria seems to work as a console game; however, we'll all find out in a handful of weeks if impressions based on an hour's worth of fiddling hold true over the 20+ hours required to see everything the game offers." (PS3, Terraria, Xbox 360)

Lighter9  +   799d ago
"20+ hours required to see everything the game offers." That statement couldn't be more wrong. I've spent about 170 hours going through 2 different "large" maps and I just beat the Wall of Flesh. And there's still a whole lot more that I haven't seen.
kostchtchie_  +   795d ago
exactly, this game gives you more than most so called AAA games out there, then you have MP Co-Op & PvP
had this since release on PC

Anyone that likes this game should check out these other games also

http://playstarbound.com/
http://www.starcommandgame....
http://www.ftlgame.com/

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