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Submitted by Lavalamp 565d ago | review

BattleBlock Theater Review | EDGE

EDGE: "The Behemoth’s lunatic sense of humour is let off the leash entirely in BattleBlock Theater. Its barmy story is delivered by a genuinely funny narrator (who chides you cheerfully in-game, too), while enemy designs include such oddities as dual slices of toast that work together to sandwich you. Bright, colourful and mostly dismissive of current trends, it’s clear The Behemoth wants to delight players with every moment of its latest performance. That it succeeds in only most of those moments is still a remarkable achievement." (BattleBlock Theater, Xbox 360) 8/10

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