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Submitted by Lavalamp 714d ago | review

Shark Attack Deathmatch review: an underwater XBLIG shooter with real bite | EDGE

EDGE: "Facing nature’s greatest predator alone in the singleplayer Survival mode is an even more frightening experience. Orchestral stabs alert you to a shark’s presence but not its location, precipitating a frantic 360-degree spin that commonly ends with a screen full of teeth and blood. After several hours, such jolts lose a little of their potency, but the purity of these ideas touches upon something primal that recalls our early dalliances with Doom." (Shark Attack Deathmatch, Xbox 360) 7/10

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