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Submitted by PureSophistry 647d ago | review

Being a Demon Child Blows: Lucius Review PureSophistry

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"Maybe I’m just a little bit twisted, but the minute I heard about Shiver Games’ new title Lucius, I wanted to play it. A game in which, as the anti-Christ, you murder people using telekinesis, odd household objects, and your own ingenuity, sounds too good to be true (well, maybe not good). Here’s a hint: It is. While the premise and design of Lucius are excellent for an indie title, there’s a distinct lack of soul and imagination that really hurts what could have been a superb game." (Indie, Industry, Lucius, PC) 5/10

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