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Submitted by duckols 1092d ago | review

Review: Bastion - GayGamer.net

In 1982, a little company called Electronic Arts asked a big question: Can a computer make you cry? The question doesn't merely ask about tears of frustration when a hard drive fails; it is asking about the narrative potential that videogames hold. I'm proud to say that I have witnessed that potential, though rarely. And now, thanks to SuperGiant Games, Bastion is the fourth game to help me answer EA's question with a resounding yes. (Bastion, Xbox 360) -

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