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Submitted by wmmn80 1009d ago | review

Thomas Was Alone Review - GamesReviews

From GamesReviews:
"When Sony opened their doors and welcomed indie games to be sold on their PSN Store, it was like a flash flood. Games like Braid, Limbo, Knytt and many more could now be enjoyed by a much wider audience. Console gamers got a break from their action-packed retail games and got to experience games they normally would never have had the pleasure to try, and developers were enjoying a bigger success riding on the back of the PSN. For the price of a sandwich and a cup of coffee you can now download these smaller games which in all honesty are often better and last longer than full priced retail games." (PS3, Thomas Was Alone) 6.5/10

sdozzo  +   1009d ago
Honest Review. My Interest Began To Wane As Well.
Jek_Porkins  +   1009d ago
So, turns out Thomas wasn't alone after all?

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