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Submitted by Lavalamp 824d ago | review

Proteus Review | EDGE

EDGE: "With a defined beginning, four distinct seasonal environments and an affecting, surprising conclusion, there’s no question that Proteus is a game. But if there’s one concern, it’s whether this is an island that’s worth revisiting once you’ve seen all it has to offer. In a way, its lack of progression – the absence of skill trees, difficulty levels and save points – works in its favour; you won’t dive back in to mop up the last few achievements, or to climb leaderboards, but simply because you want to play Proteus. Because you want to open your eyes and be up to your waist in seawater, to walk to shore and wander through fields that sing. And that’s an itch only Proteus can scratch." (PC, Proteus) 8/10

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