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I want it to seep into my thoughts days after I played it. I can’t even tell you how pleasant a surprise it was without spoiling it, but trust me, the game is well worth finishing." -Alex Faciane, Gamezone (Read full review...) "The creepy atmosphere, the single-minded focus on extremely minimal actions, and the mocking self-awareness all contribute to a deft statement on games and how we play them." -Garrett Martin, Joystiq (Read full review...) "On the first level, you have what is perhaps one of the most poignant commentaries that we have seen in video games, taking corporatism, consumerism, isolation, environmental concerns, and more and tying them all together in a brilliant (if understated) narrative.
After scrapping hundreds of words trying to bang a square peg into a round hole, I gave up. Little Inferno: The Anti-Review" -Nick Cane, Gamers Association (Read full review...) "Like a lot of satire, it earns its more troubling insights by giving you a truly excellent ride.
There's a real, if shameful, thrill to working your way through one catalogue of useless junk and unlocking the next while the oppressively cheerful 1950s sales muzak dips and dances from your speakers.
There's so much humour in the items you buy, too - ageing buccaneer toys, planetary bodies that affect the fireplace's gravity, fake moustaches for making you feel more manly and spider nests for...
Well, you'll see." -Christian Donlan, Eurogamer (Read full review...) "Heartwarming gameplay with a genuinely excellent story and a soundtrack I can honestly describe as beautiful, haunting and incredibly varied at the same time...