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Submitted by GRamirez 182d ago | review

Broken Age Act 1 Review: Aged But Not Broken - Pixel Related

It’s hard to imagine any game in recent memory that has had as much scrutiny as Double Fine’s Broken Age. One of the first major video games on Kickstarter, Double Fine was able to raise an astronomical (for the time) $3.3 million to fund a, “graphic adventure game for the modern age.” When it was announced that Broken Age would be split into two separate acts in order to sell the game on Steam and to help fund further development of the title, people became skeptical. Why did Double Fine claim to be able to develop this game for their requested $400,000, but when the game raised over $3 million, they suddenly needed more income? Now that the game has been available to backers for a few weeks, it’s easy to see why they want more money and simultaneously difficult to see people being willing to pay $25 for it. (Broken Age, PC) 7/10

ibrake4naps  +   182d ago
Would be a good fit for Vita!

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