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Submitted by -Mezzo- 515d ago | review

VGB - Review: Ibb and Obb

VGB - Puzzle games can offer a rare insight into how a person ticks. Are they analytical? Can someone who is analytical also master a mechanical prowess that many puzzle games require? Mix in a co-op element, and a person has to have patience as well as the ability to communicate well with others. Now add one more layer of puzzling challenge where the visual presentation requires the ability to interpret the left to right, top to bottom movement of a two-dimensional platformer, while a second player has to perform the same movements, only on the opposite side of that traditional platformer plane of existence. (Ibb and Obb, PS3) -

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