You know the drill now, we were sent the review code of Puppeteer about a week ago and we barely had time to finish our French review of the game. That being said, there was no way we were not going to talk about this fantastic game, so head inside to read our verdict and check out our videos.
There are so many reasons why you should buy Puppeteer and so few to convince you not to that you need to give it a chance. Most of you guys are obviously eagerly waiting for the release of GTA V in less than 2 weeks, thinking it's going to be one of the biggest hit of this end of year, and you're most certainly right about that. However that shouldn't prevent you from experiencing the magic of this new game by Sony Japan Studios. First and foremost, it's a great platformer, with excellent gameplay mechanics, amazing art style and very good storytelling. It's also a game you can enjoy on your own or share with your girlfriend or your kid, depending on your mood. Finally, it comes at such a cheap price that it's a slap in the face for all the mediocre titles which are sold at full price. Puppeteer is one of these games that made Playstation what it is today. It's unique, great fun, gorgeous and it proves that no matter what, the PS3 still has a lot to offer in the months to come.
I wonder if Phil Spencer's visit to Japan is going to change anything. (6 Hours ago)
However of all recent Japanese games, I'd say Nier would actually sell decently on it. Of course not in Japan but I bet quite a few people in the West would buy it. I would. (6 Hours ago)
@asdfg: Not necessarily talking about here only but in general. I think we all know that most Japanese games sadly don't sell on Xbox. (6 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: Oh it sure is fun. Combat feels really nice, especially when you get to do the executions. The thing is, there is a shit load of combat and it can get repetitive. How much does it cost? (6 Hours ago)