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Submitted by kitlerc 906d ago | review

TGV Review: Double Fine Happy Action Theater

From the article: "Even though I will be referring to Double Fine Happy Action Theater as a “game” throughout the review, it kind of defies this definition. A game implies that there are rules to abide by, a goal to be reached, a winner and a loser. Double Fine Happy Action Theater has none of these things; instead it provides a series of play areas for you to muck about in." (Double Fine, Double Fine Happy Action Theater, Kinect, Xbox 360) 7/10

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