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Submitted by Mariye 476d ago | review

GamerTell Review: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

From the review, "I absolutely adore the design choices in Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams. The jarring shift in the landscape is inspired. Every time I play, I notice something that’s different when Giana changes. Those changes aren’t just for show. They play a huge roles in the puzzles and platforming. Gates open, ledges move, enemy behavior changes. Giana collects gems as she moves through levels, and those change as well. Even the music changes. This dreamscape is on par with several of – those brothers’ recent adventures. That’s especially true as they’ve started releasing games that play themselves. Comparisons are a sticky business, but in this case they are basically unavoidable." (Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) B/A+

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