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Submitted by FullMetalAdam 1062d ago | review

Indie Review: Krater [eGamer]

From the start, Krater is a difficult game to categorise as it fits quite nicely into the niches of both RTS and RPG, but what one definitely feels when playing the game is a true dungeon crawler experience. However, not in the tradition of Diablo, Dungeon Siege, Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter Nights and others of that ilk, yet with a post-apocalyptic setting that takes more from the world of Fallout than anything else. The first part of the game released so far is called Shadows Over Solside and sees you exploring the nation of Solside. (Krater, PC, Steam) 8/10

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