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Submitted by Cloudberry 693d ago | review

Puppeteer Review | Gaming Illustrated

On the most basic level it is easy to recommend Puppeteer because it has a budget price tag of $40.

That cheaper price in no way represents a cheaper experience.

Without a doubt, Puppeteer shines quite brightly among an already great year for Sony exclusives.

The pedigree of Japan Studio should have erased any doubt that the game wouldn’t be a creative experience.

It may have some rough edges but Puppeteer manages to be fun enough to support its brilliant art design.

A great approach to platforming with Calibrus and the large variety of heads and powers will give plenty of reason to keep Puppeteer around for awhile.

Hopefully it isn’t too long before we get to see where else the world can take us. (PS3, Puppeteer) 87/100

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