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Submitted by BuckGB 1318d ago | review

GameBanshee: Krater: Shadows Over Solside Review

Krater: Shadows Over Solside is the newest game from Fatshark, an independent and capable Swedish developer. Fatshark first appeared in 2010 with Lead and Gold, a class-based shooter in the vein of Team Fortress 2. Afterwards, they went on to make Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 and Hamilton's Great Adventure, platform and puzzle titles respectively that were generally well received by the gaming community. It's a diverse history, to be sure. Having had a little experience with their prior titles, we expected a professional and polished game, despite Krater being Fatshark's first action-RPG to date. (Krater, PC) -

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