A.V. Club: Limbo Review

A.V. Club writes: "Arty indie games often compensate for less-than-striking visuals with an excess of moody atmospherics, letting players fill in the graphical gap with wistfulness, gloom, or angst as the situation demands. Limbo, the most eagerly anticipated title in Xbox’s third annual Summer Of Arcade, skillfully evokes these emotions, but doesn’t skimp on the packaging of its cunning, delightfully gruesome puzzles and platforms, which are composed of minimalist silhouettes and out-of-focus, grayscale backgrounds, all polished to such a high gloss that the look is instantly iconic and immersive."

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