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Submitted by rajeanak25 829d ago | news

Indie Intermission - 'Thirst' An Exploration In Life And Death

"It’s interesting to see more and more games starting to delve deeper into the human psyche and really beginning to explore a more philosophical side. Just earlier this week I covered Don’t Kill The Cow which was a rather inward looking game about objectives in games, and if they really matter." - Alex Wilkinson (Indie, PC, Thirst)

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