Submitted by PaPa-Slam 760d ago | review

Bit-Tech: Krater review

Bit-Tech: There's a quick and dirty way to describe Krater, which is to sum it up as a cross between Diablo and Borderlands. It's an admittedly lazy description, both flippant and dismissive, but it's also accurate. Krater borrows heavily from Gearbox's cartoon-punk style, with an occasionally self-aware world where everyone wears a gasmask, but presents it from a more traditional action-RPG stance. With Krater following so closely on Diablo 3's heels you can't help but see the heritage in the constant crafting, collecting and clicking. (Krater, PC) 50/100

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