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Submitted by RyanReynoldsIII 594d ago | preview

We scavenge our way through hands-on time with Don't Starve

You may have heard of Klei Entertainment. They’re the fine folks who are responsible for the stealth title Mark of the Ninja that is widely considered one of this year’s Game of the Year contenders. The next game to come out of the doors at Klei will be Don’t Starve, a game built around every boy scout’s dream of surviving purely off of nature. We've got our hands on Klei's little game that could and lived to tell the tell. Sort of. (Don't Starve, Klei Entertainmen, Mark of the Ninja, PC, Shank, Shank 2)

ndepetris  +   594d ago
Very cool! I didn't really know anything about this game except that it looked kind of weird, but now I'm pretty excited for it.

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