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Games aren’t something we feature on Directors Notes very often, in fact I can only think of the Neil LaBute Heavy Rain/How Far Would you Go…? special we featured earlier this year.

However, Playdead’s Limbo just looked so cinematic and atmospheric I definitely thought it would be of interest to all the film-lovers and animators who visit our site.

Author: El Vez

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4 comments for “Limbo”

  1. New on DN: Limbo http://j.mp/dBc7Vh

    Posted by Directors Notes | May 23, 2010, 1:30 pm
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    Posted by Do I Have Power | Directors Notes | February 19, 2012, 9:23 pm
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    Posted by Between Beasts | Directors Notes | April 3, 2013, 6:01 pm
  4. […] visuals and haunting, captivating plot, along with its reminiscent tones to popular video game Limbo. However, I certainly wasn’t expecting the shadowy animation to garner a whole new level of […]

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