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IndieCade at E3 2012: A Mother’s Inferno

Most of us here at Gaming Irresponsibly are huge fans of the survival horror genre, and let us tell you, A Mother’s Inferno will not disappoint. The game is creepy, and when we say creepy we mean, “lose your son on a train, grab a piece of glass, slowly cut the head off a dead mummy looking guy who will then guide you through to a room where you cut off a dancing black chickens head” kind of creepy. (E3, IndieCade)

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