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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 917d ago | review

The XBLIG: White Noise: A Tale of Horror Review

The XBLIG: Let’s just get it out in the open. It is impossible to mention White Noise: A Tale of Horror (80 MSP) or any of the harm / good it does, without first invoking Slender. Their two cores are so intrinsically-linked that it’s not out of order for you to call White Noise a straight-up rip-off. It is. It’s also a no-brainer. I can say I entirely don’t mind a console version (unoriginal as it may be) that can replicate the fear the indie PC release did such a masterful job at creating. (White Noise: A Tale of Horror, Xbox 360) -

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