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Submitted by Lavalamp 610d ago | review

Thomas Was Alone Review: Patchy Puzzle Platforming | CVG

CVG: "While Thomas Was Alone often nods at Valve's 2007 puzzle-platformer Portal, it doesn't quite recapture that level-by-level emotional journey from overwhelmed stoner to propulsion mastermind.

It is nevertheless a charming and unique addition to your PS3, PS Vita or Steam library - an evening-long jaunt that costs about the same as a Burger King meal. It's reasonably priced, but is it worth your time? Kind of." (PC, PS Vita, PS3, Thomas Was Alone) 6.5/10

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