Submitted by capitanandi 215d ago | review

Edge Review – Who Needs the Laws of Gravity Anyway? | Twinfinite

Andy from Twinfinite writes, "Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of a cube. Really, just a cube. From Two Tribes comes an indie puzzle platformer called Edge, which has you traversing treacherous isometric paths that are constantly in motion as a cube that does not give a damn about the laws of gravity. Like many indie titles, it’s an example of a clever idea polished and primed, but let’s see if it’s worth your time after its transition to the Nintendo Wii U eShop and Steam." (Android, Edge, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, Wii U) 5/5

GotHDGame  +   215d ago
How can this be a 5/5. PERFECT? I will play it just to see, but common. With these graphics I would at least take a little away from it.
MikeEaton  +   215d ago
5/5 doesn't mean perfect, it means that the reviewer recommends the game without reservation.
DoctorJones  +   215d ago
You don't need amazing graphics to have a really great game to play.
webeblazing  +   215d ago
pc gamers are not gfx whores like yall think

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