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Submitted by Lavalamp 1032d ago | review

Terraria Review | Destructoid

Destructoid: "Terraria is an incredible experience, and no game has filled me with the same sense of wonder and drive to explore in a very long time. In this port to consoles, those feelings are preserved, but perhaps not as elegantly as they could have been. The control scheme turned out better than expected, but the multiplayer functionality is far from ideal. Still, I cannot recommend this enough to anybody with a heart for exploring the unknown and an inherent passion for discovery." (PS3, Terraria, Xbox 360) 8/10

TheBoulder  +   1032d ago
The Boulder loves this game very much...

The Boulder loves the crafting and the mining...he only wishes there were...other Boulders...

The Boulder is now sad.
MrAnderson  +   1031d ago
The Boulder isn't funny.

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