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Submitted by mathsman 968d ago | review

In-depth Review: Krater: Shadows over Solside - Electronic Theatre

The latest title developed by Fatshark, Krater: Shadows over Solside is a step away from the independent studio’s typical output. The well respected multiplayer centric gameplay of Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West and the forthcoming War of the Roses showcase a design ethic that brings people together, playing on the same battlefield regardless of their proximity in reality. Krater: Shadows over Solside is different: this is a videogame designed to entice a solitary player to command a small team of characters that would normally be controlled by human allies. (Krater, PC) 68/100

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