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Submitted by QD 370d ago | review

Review: Puppeteer (Quarter Disorder)

Puppeteer is another strong platformer exclusively on a Sony console. It’s an incredibly charming game. Puppeteer could be synonymous with the word unique. While Puppeteer’s gameplay is good, its true strength is found in the unbelievable visuals, sounds and characters that make up its fairy tale world. Puppeteer should be a game that’s memorable for years to come. (PS3, Puppeteer) 4/5

badz149  +   370d ago
this is a great game! so original and so great at the same time! how the hell did they come out with the idea of making this is beyond me but originality, creativity, humor and fun are top notch! this is truly a great year for the PS3 and I still can't believe the PS4 is just 2 months away as Sony is still delivering unique experience like this!
rezzah  +   369d ago
Good game, starting it off with co-op. Also has good replay value.

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