Zero Punctuation Goes on an Indie Time Trek With Braid

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Posted on August 27, 2008, Jonathan Zero Punctuation Goes on an Indie Time Trek With Braid

If there’s anyone that can point out the little flaws that make a game fall a bit short of perfect, it’s Zero Punctuation’s Yahtzee Croshaw. In his latest review, Croshaw takes a trip through the time-wrenching XBLA title, Braid. Most reviewers have been extolling just what a remarkable game it is — and rightfully so — and Croshaw is no different. Of course, it just wouldn’t be a Zero Punctuation review without pointing out a few of the game’s foibles, such as the story being told mostly through large text passages and some of the game’s more excrutiating puzzles. Seriously though, those secret stars? Ri-damn-diculous.

Via The Escapist

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