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Submitted by Kevinote 940d ago | review

Deadlight Review | Romero Brooks

Romero Brooks: "Games like Shadow Complex and Limbo have melded tried-and-true concepts of an older NES era with the technology of today’s generation, providing gaming experiences that feel familiar yet fresh, and altogether enjoyable. When I heard about Deadlight, a side-scrolling action adventure set in a post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested world, suffice it to say I was sold. I mean, come on, a zombie side-scroller reminiscent of the aforementioned Xbox Live arcade titles with a nostalgia for older side-scrolling games like Out of this World for the Super NES, one of my favorite games of all-time? How could I resist?" (Deadlight, Xbox 360) 7/10

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