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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 735d ago | review

GamingNexus: A Valley Without Wind Review

GamingNexus: Valley lacked any redeeming fun factor to make up for the time I spent playing the game. While the game offers plenty of opportunity to explore a wide world, there is no real story that explains where you are going or where you are. At times it becomes mind numbing and you forget what you are doing. With a lackluster soundtrack to the game, nothing that makes the world interesting, and finding every dungeon and building having more rooms than it really needs it makes you ask, “Why?” At the beginning of the game you were told what not to do by messages on grave stones but after that there was no further direction. (A Valley Without Wind, PC) 6.5/10

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