We debated whether or not to post this, since it contains some big spoilers. But Stephen has such great things to say, and says them so well, it hurt not to. Also, World of Goo comes out TOMORROW! (…but actually available a little early)
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Aww thats too bad, but it seems I missed it. You promised to post a link during the weekend in your blog where people like me who pre-ordered and had their e-mail changed later could enter their new e-mail and receive the game and activation code.
Only the code will do since I plan to use the game with steam anyways. But I guess I missed it somewhere… did I?
I pretty much agree with everything the reviewer said, except that there have been a few recent games that moved me. In particular Bioshock, the Half-Life/Portal series, and Castlevania Aria/Dawn of sorrow.
I’m VERY glad I finished the game (twice!) before watching that review. There are WAY too many spoilers in there (it has the end cut scene!). I think it should have only showed scenes/levels from chapters 1, 2, and 5, the surprise of seeing new crazy levels is one of the things that makes this game so amazing.
I´m a mexican guy and I´m really excited ´bout this game, that´s terrific, fun, challenge game, I download this game and also 3 of my friends. It worth every penny we spend.We expected a level editor in a DLC there is the only suggest.
– quote IGN Wii-
“If only all casual games were of this quality. The developers took the time to create some nice visuals, a unique art style, and motion controls that actually fit the experience. But here’s the real evidence: my parents and some friends frequently stop by my room to see what crappy Wii game I’m playing. After watching me play World of Goo! for a few minutes, they all said, “Wow, I kind of want to play this!”