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Submitted by AramZS 1035d ago | opinion piece

The Weight Of Failure: A Close Reading of The Darkness II

The Darkness 2 isn't about right or wrong, but perception vs motivation. A look at how the game illustrates this unstable view of reality in its ending. (2K Games, Digital Extremes, PC, PS3, The Darkness 2, Xbox 360)

Felinox  +   1035d ago
This was a great single player game. It did have co-op, but it didnt feel forced in. Its only $40 now so itz a good buy. Sadly i dont think it sold well enough for a publisher to finish the story with a third game.

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