Submitted by -Mezzo- 723d ago | review

MTV Multiplayer - 'Terraria' Review - What's Down That Hole?

MTV Multiplayer - In 2009, the exceptionally small team at Re-Logic, headed up by Andrew "Redigit" Spinks, released "Terraria," a two dimensional, side-scrolling, exploration-driven title, that gave players virtually limitless ability to explore the game's world. Since then, the game has sold millions (with an "s") of copies on PC, and now 505 Games have helped bring this wildly successful release to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Retaining all of the core experiences of the PC release, the console versions received additional content, as well as a handful of other upgrades. It's not uncommon for games that are originally developed for PCs to have difficulty making the transition to a different platform, but, aside from a few quirks, "Terraria" seems to be right at home on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network. (PS3, Terraria, Xbox 360) -

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