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Submitted by spydersvenom 540d ago | podcast

Gaming History 101: Game Club - Ico

This week Fred is joined by Chip Cella of the B-Team Podcast to discuss our February game club title Ico. We cover development, Team Ico studio, the campaign, and significance of this artistic early PS2 title. (PS2, PS3, Retro)

knifefight  +   539d ago
Heck of a game.
linkenski  +   539d ago
One of the few games that actually goes under your skin! It's a really simple game in many ways, but i almost cried at the end because it's so fucking bittersweet and beautiful.
esemce  +   539d ago
Amen brother, the most moving game I have ever played along with SOTC there is nothing like it, cannot be explained only felt by the player.

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