Limbo and Inside fill a neglected niche in the Switch library
After playing both Inside and Limbo on the Nintendo Switch, I’ve com3 to the realization that the handheld needs more games with less color. Tiny person in a big world Limbo and Inside are the only games thus far made by indie studio Playdead. In both games, you play child-like characters in dystopian worlds devoid of color. There’s no combat or action. All you can do is try to survive attacks and puzzle your way to the end. Both games are recognizable for their dark imagery, and it’s indeed quite dark. If I had to choose, I’d say I like Inside‘s visual style a… This story continues at The Next Web
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