Site calls out RPG on Oblivion theft

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 11 June 2008 22:46 GMT

As you can see here, GamesPlasma reckons point and click adventure Limbo of the Lost looks more than a little like Bethesda’s Oblivion. Like, a lot like it.

So much like it, in fact, that the similarities are more than a little “suspicious”. This Strategy Informer story reckons Bethesda legal’s looking into it.

Take a look at the screens and make up your own mind.

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