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Submitted by combocaster 811d ago | review

Primordia Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

The Wadjet Eye has proven to have an eye for self-employment, especially in the genre of science fiction. After helping to launch Gemini Rue and get resonace - reviewed here recently it Wadjet turned his attention to the Wormwood Studios, a team of three men, with years of industry experience who have come together to present a unique vision of a post- human. The result is another great sci-fi adventure in the catalog Wadjet Eye
Primordia follows the search of Horatio Nullbuilt v5-an android and her partner Crispin Horatiobuilt-v1 also a machine, a classic point and click adventure. No evidence of people on the planet, just robots, some of which worship the creator, the legendary and ancient man. Horatio believes the man left the shepherds look like robots on the planet they left behind. The world Horacio is the very definition of a desert, sand dunes to infinity, with debris scattered ship accidents, robots with disabilities, and ruins of war in ancient cities. (PC, Primordia) 7.9/10

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