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Submitted by capitanandi 571d ago | review

[Review] Proteus -- Postcards From Chill Island

In a dream, we usually know what is, regardless of however strange our surroundings may be. Proteus, a new indie title by Ed Key and David Kanaga brings us a world of tranquility and discovery, unique with every playthrough. With a placid air of mystery, we are allowed to surmise our own circumstances and meanings behind this increasingly interesting title. Still, that does not mean it may be for everyone, and that’s okay. Find out if you ought to give this experience a chance. (PC, Proteus) -

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