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The Binding of Isaac- PC

The Binding of Isaac- PC
alaScore 89

28 reviews

Apr, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the The Binding of Isaac- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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The Binding of Isaac Review

 

The Binding of Isaac is a dark and twisted mixture of genres that inspires you to come back and explore its gruesome world.

Dozens of interesting items to find ; Smart difficulty curve ; Tons of unlockables increase replay value ; Randomized dungeons keep you guessing

Items lack any description after discovery ; Doesn't offer official controller support

Through smart design and simple mechanics, The Binding of Isaac manages to feel approachable despite its difficulty. Superfluous elements have been stripped out, and what remains is a tightly focused game that continues to feel fresh even after...

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Binding of Isaac, The

 

The Binding of Isaac comes off as a cartoon like homage to the Legend of Zelda, with more than a bit of Super Meat Boy thrown in for good measure - and it works. Though some of the game is quite simple looking, it all works here.

The Binding of Isaac is one of those really tough yet really satisfying indie games that have been hauntingly popular here lately. The trainer for the game from CheatHappens.com has only three features, unlimited health, bombs and coins, each is great,...

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The Binding of Isaac Review

 

The Binding of Isaac is a top-down, 2D action-RPG that's been likened to a "Rogue-like". It's gross, and it's also pretty good.

It occurred to me upon finishing The Binding of Isaac that crude as it is, it reminds me of avant-garde art or haute cuisine; interesting and bold but made for a small group of devoted connoisseurs. Those of a certain palate are sure to love its humor,...

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The Binding of Isaac

 

How can something so wrong feel so right?

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The Binding of Isaac

 

The Binding of Isaac is fully saturated with gameplay. If players can get past the grotesque art style and abrasive story, both of which are pretty much irrelevant to the actual game, they will find dozens of hours of intense, fresh play for less than...

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The Binding of Isaac (PC)

 

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Random map generation provides a unique game experience every time

Sometimes there are duplicate boss battles

It’s a shame that all of this creativity is misguided and pokes fun of the Bible and Christianity. Most, but not all, of the bosses are themed after the seven deadly sins (lust, gluttony, pride, envy, wrath, sloth, greed). As you play through the game,...

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The Binding of Isaac- PC

 

The game's nature will divide some and outright offend others, of course: but that's exactly as it should be. A worthy, compact and highly enjoyable experiment.

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The Binding of Isaac- PC

 

Superfluous elements have been stripped out, and what remains is a tightly focused game that continues to feel fresh even after multiple completions. While it does lack some of the extra bells and whistles of other modern games, The Binding of Isaac...

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The Binding of Isaac- PC

 

It occurred to me upon finishing The Binding of Isaac that crude as it is, it reminds me of avant-garde art or haute cuisine; interesting and bold but made for a small group of devoted connoisseurs. Those of a certain palate are sure to love its humor,...

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The Binding of Isaac- PC

 

With Binding, McMillen and Himsl created the rules of the world and then set it in motion. Yet this game is nearly as much fun as Super Meat Boy, and more profound. It proves that there's more than one way to make a masterpiece.

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