Ms. 'Splosion Man Video Review
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- Jul 13, 2011
Ms. 'Splosion Man blows up this video review with Carolyn Petit.
@McBoogerballz Person with awesome boobs doing the review - distracting. Person mouth breathing while doing review - distracting Person stuttering while doing the review - distracting Person with weird voice and facial features doing the review - distracting Person using a monotone voice while doing the review - distracting Person who uses the word "stupid" because they cannot properly articulate their thoughts - a waste of flesh
Nothing beats a good Downloadable game! I cant wait to get another points card and hopefully get this.
@pcty: All indie games I've seen getting high scores were brilliant titles. Braid is a 9.5 game to me, while I give Super Meat Boy 9.7. It's my third favorite game this generation, even. You're free to have an opinion of the games themselves, but saying that they're all overrated is unsubstantiated.
@tataaaar I know, I just said that the tone of the review is similar, watch the video review for super meat boy and you will see.
@calvinsora true they are mostly ignored by the mainstream audience but I was referring to the reviewers, they always give high scores to mediocre indie games
@Renoo27: I've heard some amazing things, and I'm a sucker for atmosphere, which the game seems to have in truckloads. I've luckily got some money, so it became a priority as soon as I heard the news.
@pcty: Considering that they're usually completely ignored by the mainstream audience, I'd say it's the complete opposite: most indie games are severely underappreciated.
@djxpetrovic super meat boy is much,much harder than this in fact super meat boy is hardest platformer ever made in past year's !!
@nomadski69: Yup, the indie devs are giving the modern generation a good reminder how some ideas never go old. I'm exactly going to be purchasing Limbo when it comes to the PSN this month. Can't wait!
@ Calvinsora - Couldnt agree more. 3D gaming has been such a mainstay for so long, theres a generation of gamers who wouldnt have known the joy in 2D, especially in platformers, if it wasnt for indie developers and marketplaces like the Arcade store. Outlands, Limbo, Splosion Man 1 & 2, Shadow Complex etc etc all showing how old skool with new ideas can be plain AWESOME. Not everything needs to look near photorealistic, nor be gritty or a sandbox. Twisted Pixel rock.
The review reminds me of Super meat boy, the description about the level of difficulty and timing. I think it's a clever game. Nice review!
Great review, i always thought splosion man looked awesome but i wish it was on the psn store @Divine_Stryph Leave
Man, nothing beats platformers for me. The indie scene has really given the genre a new lease on life.
I don't like these types of arcade games. But for the fans of such arcades this sure is a treat. Nice review Carolyn.;)
i was itching to play this fabby game, and i wasn't disappointed. I loved the 1st game for its crazy charm, and Ms Sploshion man got even wackier (XD w00t).
@Sandpiper121PP You're going to have trouble picking it up considering it's download only...unless of course you want to pick up your Xbox?