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Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet gets a little more shadowy with new DLC

While Major Nelson clued us in to the October 12th release date and 400 MSP price of Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet‘s first DLC, we’ve been left in the dark …
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Return to the Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet with DLC coming soon
10 years ago

Return to the Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet with DLC coming soon

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It’s no secret that we love Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet but we definitely didn’t want it to end and fortunately, it might not have to. In an interview with …
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Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet review (XBLA)
10 years ago

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet review (XBLA)

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet was developed by FuelCell & Gagné International and published by Microsoft. It will be released on August 3, 2011 as part of Summer of Arcade for 1200 MSP. A copy was provided for review purposes.

There’s always that one game during the Summer of Arcade that, at least initially, feels out of place among the others. It’s usually the game with quirky mechanics, a very unique art style, or any other combination of things that set it apart from your average, mainstream game. Last year, Limbo seemed to be the game that built up that attention and this year it looks like Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet will be following that same trend. We can’t say we’re surprised, it received E3 2011 Best of Show award.

You play as a little alien confined to a mini UFO that must save the planet. You must maneuver into the depths of the core to save it from evil. The game features animation by Michel Gagné, a transplant from the movie industry who’s worked on Iron Giant and other animated films. It’s a gorgeous world filled with fear, not to mention it plays like a cross between Metroid and a shoot em’ up. Was it worth the wait or was it undeserving of our accolade?
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