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Submitted by mathsman 723d ago | review

Review: Terraria | Metro Gaming

The comparison to Minecraft are inevitable, mainly because of the fact that 505 Games’ recently published console edition of Terraria is incredibly similar to Mojang’s multi-million selling wonder. Without wanting to put to fine a point on it, Terraria plays pretty much as you would expect a 2D version of Minecraft to play: you dig, build, craft and fight in all the same ways. But within these layers of familiarities are come fresh ideas. (PC, PS3, Terraria, Xbox 360) 8/10

Rupee  +   723d ago
This review's a bit weak. This game is similar to minecraft in that you gather resources and survive. THAT'S IT. I just started playing and it seems like there's much more to do.

And you can play with eight people online. Not four.
phantomexe  +   723d ago
I'm loven it but some of the bugs need fixed.

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