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Submitted by ROWD 1363d ago | review

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet | Review (XBLA) | That Gamer Hub

"There comes a time where a single game comes along from an unknown developer that does just about everything right. Very few are able to pull it off, but Fuelcell Games is the latest to try to make that perfect game that’s fun, challenging, and beautiful. Their first game, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, will attempt to do just that when it launches as part of Xbox Live’s Summer of Arcade on Wednesday. Does this game represent perfection?"

Adam from That Gamer Hub (Fuelcell Games, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, Xbox 360) 4/5

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