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Submitted by TheLiztress 633d ago | review

Vivid Gamer: Tryst Review

Michelle Varsallona writes: "BlueGiant brings us an Indie alternative to the StarCraft universe in the game Tryst. While it tries very hard to be StarCraft, I encountered some issues along the way that keep the game from reaching its full potential." (PC, Tryst) 5.5/10

sayedstafa  +   633d ago
It's always disappointing when an indie developer puts out a lack luster game with glitches. It's hard for them to recover after that.
TheLiztress  +   633d ago
I agree. But I do think that they could use the experience to correct the flaws with whatever new game they develop. If they choose to do so.

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