Submitted by chrisyoung0422 1186d ago | review

Horror-Fix.com Review: Deadlight (Xbox 360)

Chris Young writes, small scale downloadable titles seem to be taking over and with good reason. Some believe the cost has a lot to do with it on top of accessibility. It only takes some beers and a demo to get me pulling out the old credit card and plunking down the $5-$15 bucks. In the past I would be lucky to play these cheapo titles more than a few times and at such a minimal cost I am ok with that. (Deadlight, Xbox 360) 3/5

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