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Submitted by LAG 717d ago | review

Little Inferno Review: The Brightest Flames Burn The Quickest || LAG

The premise of Little Inferno is simple: it takes place in front of a fireplace and sees you order items from various catalogs to burn for your pleasure. This is surprisingly satisfying; the fire effects are fantastic, and actually strangely comforting - one might find themselves huddling closer to the simulated warmth on the screen. (Little Inferno, PC, Wii U) 78/100

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