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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1048d ago | review

Strategy Informer - Krater Review

Strategy Informer - You'll laugh at Krater - sometimes at its self aware humour, other times from sheer self pity that you're still playing such a tiresome game. Some may argue that’s harsh but despite boasting ‘Unlimited Adventure’ i.e. randomised dungeons, loads of quests and a huge world to explore, Fatshark’s blend of action RPG fundamentals with squad based strategy falls a bit short. That’s to say, it falls to earth with a giant bang before fading away with a whimper. (Krater, PC) 6.7/10

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