Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 879d ago | review

Lucius Review: Murders That Make You Want to Kill Yourself | Gamefront

Gamefront writes:

"Occasionally, my very intelligent but non-gamer fiancée will comment on how good I am at games, and how smart I must be because of this fact as she watches me intuit a convoluted solution to a complex in-game problem. I’m always quick to offer a humble interjection — being good at solving video game puzzles does not make one smart, because games often operate on something I like to call “video game logic.”" (Lucius, PC) 30/100

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