Submitted by shaneryanTB 952d ago | review

The Binding of Isaac review | Thunderbolt

James Dewitt, Thunderbolt writes:
Few games can truly claim to walk the fine line between fun and frustration as much as The Binding of Isaac, another hellishly difficult title from Edmund McMillen: the man behind Super Meat Boy. It’s a title that delights in pushing players to the point where they want to start taking swings at their computer before attempting another round guiding its titular tyke through a series of nightmarish and randomized dungeons. (PC, The Binding of Isaac) 7/10

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