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Hands-On Preview: Dark - Electronic Theatre

Stealth based videogames haven’t had a good run on the current-generation videogame consoles. The likes of Metal Gear Solid and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell (high-definition remakes aside) made their best efforts to offer stealth gameplay within action experiences as opposed to the other way around, and the likes of Vampire Rain were too caught-up on waiting for opportunistic moments in preordained scenarios rather than allowing the player to create their own opportunities. Kalypso Media’s forthcoming Dark could still go either way, but from that which Electronic Theatre has witnessed there’s plenty to be quietly confident about. (Dark, PC, Xbox 360)

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