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Submitted by CranberryPub 758d ago | review

GamerZines: Krater Review - 'Making An Impact'

GamerZines writes:

Enjoyment is governed by expectation. This unwritten rule means sometimes those big triple-A releases aren’t as enjoyable as those delightful ‘indie’ games which take you by surprise. It’s an interesting phenomenon and one which is very apt for Krater, as it can be inevitably compared with fellow dungeon-crawler, Diablo III.

Yet despite coming out within weeks of each other, really these two releases are quite different. (Krater, PC) 68/100

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