Heaven or hell?
An enchanting and minimal experience, Limbo is absolutely essential. Limbo's minimalism presents itself from the outset. The opening is bereft of button prompts and exposition, settling for a delightfully simplistic title screen and an opening in which our protagonist — a silhouette of a small boy with radiating white eyes —...
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Playdead in the water
Limbo could have come to PlayStation Network as an exclusive — but Sony wanted the IP rights, leading to a break down in the deal. Speaking at Brighton's Develop Conference last week, Sony Computer Entertainment executive producer Pete Smith explained that Sony and Danish developer Playdead were in talks about an exclusive...
To introduce you to the team we've put together here at Push Square, we asked each team member for two PS3 games they considered absolutely essential. Here, Vita editor Corbie Dillard illuminates two of the brightest stars of the PlayStation Store. LIMBO: While the likely first impression of Limbo would be that the game is too...
Uncertain of his sister's fate, a boy enters LIMBO.
Assume the role of a young boy as you journey through a hostile world trying to discover the fate of your sister.
Explore an eerie forest and a desolate cityscape, depicted in a unique black and white style.
Overcome a variety of physical puzzles and traps that involve machinery, electromagnetism and gravity.