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Submitted by SimonM7 1004d ago | review

Review: Krater (darkzero)

"With Diablo III over a month old and still hanging in people’s minds – which is evident by the millions of gamers still playing – you must have balls of steel, have something special or simply be mental to release an action-RPG dungeon crawler so close to Blizzard’s mammoth title. Fatshark has just done that with the PC exclusive Krater, a post-apocalyptic themed game that takes place in the country of Sweden, which just happens to be where the developers come from." (Krater, PC) 5/10

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