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Submitted by c_harvey 1529d ago | review

Tales from Space: About a Blob Review: Slimy and Starving - Horrible Night

The blob has been a classically misunderstood entity since its introduction in 1950′s low budget cinema. Whether acting as a low level enemy in RPGs or the side kick of a curious young boy, the blob fares just as poorly in gaming. Obviously feeling the plight of the blob a significant cause, the brains behind Drink Box Studios have finally opened up a starring role for the gelatinous journeyman in their latest PSN game Tales from Space: About a Blob. (About a Blob, PS3, Tales from Space: About a Blob) 4.5/5

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