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Osmos Review

I am utterly terrible at this game. There’s no getting past it, I just don’t have “what it takes”. A week ago I was calmly anticipating an atmospheric, if easy, little game with not too many complexities where my main complaints would be generic and everyone would go home with a nice 75-80%. You know, like the demo. In other words, playing Osmos was like getting knocked out by a sharp kick to the face from an eight year old. The premise is simple enough – you are a ball of organic matter, absorb smaller balls to get bigger. To…