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Submitted by Tody_ZA 903d ago | review

Review: Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes [eGamer]

eGamer writes: "The final word on Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes is difficult to give. On the one hand, it’s the most bizarre game you’ll ever play, and that’s often what makes it good. However, on the other, its irritating flaws, its lack of intuition with some of its puzzles and the fact that it can get quite dull at times definitely hurt the gameplay part of the experience, and if its black humour and sheer lunacy doesn’t appeal to you then sadly the entire game won’t either, because it relies heavily on that aspect. Still, despite its shortcomings, this game is both memorable and enjoyable – and twisted." (Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, PC) -

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