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Submitted by GodisaGeek 731d ago | review

Krater Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "Despite the varied world and characters, Krater falls short of being a truly great game. Whilst it is excellent at keeping you hooked, the immersion is sometimes broken, be it through no real knowledge or involvement in the story until the later chapters, as it’s never truly explained why you’re there, or the constant stability issues that plagued my experience of the game later on. Krater is an admirable reinvention of the genre by an indie team, and possesses an excellent universe, but it needs more patches. Luckily, with 7 patches in 21 days at time of writing, there’s plenty of those coming. Krater just isn’t a refined enough experience at the moment to be anything more than a flawed gem, with stability issues and the lack of the online mode making the game feel slightly unfinished." (Krater, PC) 6/10

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