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Submitted by RayWillmott 577d ago | review

Putty Squad: As We Play - Expansive DLC

Putty Squad – sequel to Silly Putty and SNES remake Super Putty – was originally supposed to be released way back in 1993 and was even sent out to reviewers who scored the game very positively ahead of its release. But then, unexpectedly, the game never hit store shelves. In 1993, the market was unkind to the Amiga. The rise of console gaming was really hitting a stride and many high street retailers were no longer interested in stocking Amiga games. Back then, there were no online retailers like Amazon or Play, and publishers relied solely on retail. As a result, the game never officially released.

But one has to ask. 20 years later, has the game been worth the wait? And are the people that have waited an eternity for the game even interested in playing it anymore? (PS4, Putty Squad) -

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