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Submitted by napoleon1066 738d ago | review

Review: Pid {Vagary.tv}

"I’d often have split seconds of deliriousness while catching microsleeps during every wink while I was sleep deprived on buses during my college commutes; my second long nightmares and fever dreams would bleed into my reality on waking, just for a second. Images of beauty and twisted reality would flash in my head for a second before I came back to the real world.

That’s what Pid feels like and, after 343 deaths during my eight hour playthrough, that juxtaposition between a nightmarish experience and childlike wonder also serves as an ideal metaphor for what your time with the game might be like." (PC, Pid, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

jimmy98   738d ago | Spam

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