Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet conveys its story without using words

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, the August 3 release of Xbox Live's Summer of Arcade, manages to tell its story without using any written or spoken dialog.

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illegalyouth2425d ago

Yes! More games need to show, not tell.

Gungnir2425d ago

I agree. I was pleasantly surprised with this title.

SybaRat2425d ago

Been looking forward to this one...

NagaSotuva2425d ago

I've had my eyes on this one for a while. Can't wait!

Caligula2425d ago

I am intrigued. I haven't read much about this game, but this piece makes it sound much more appealing.

THR1LLHOUSE2425d ago

Yeah, I hadn't been following this at all but it seems pretty neat.

fluffydelusions2425d ago

I guess it's been in the works for a while now. I just saw a trailer from 2 years ago. Looks pretty interesting.

Sadie21002425d ago

Yeah, this game seems to have been in development forever now.

Cpt_kitten2425d ago

a picture is worth a thousand words

Convas2425d ago

And a video game is a set of countless static pictures ran in sequential order.

So this game is literally priceless as are all games, if you follow that line of reasoning.

Cpt_kitten2425d ago

haha well that is true

but the headline made me remember a lecture in art history class, she always said that

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