(PS3 / PlayStation 3)

Puppeteer (PS3 / PlayStation 3)

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Platformer from Japan Studio.

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Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Robert Ramsey

Ahead of the game

Within minutes of starting Puppeteer, it's clear that it's an absolutely stunning game. The art style, the animation and the sheer amount of detail packed into each and every visual asset make the title a joy to behold. Trailers and screenshots simply...

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