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Submitted by -Mezzo- 758d ago | review

Guardian - Proteus review

Guardian - The island is revealed as though through opening eyes, a misty shape in the distance. You wade through the water, and reach the shoreline, the sound of waves and the distant buzz of insects. From the blocky visuals, from the lack of any formal introduction or cinematic story sequence, you understand that this is going to work differently. And already you're asking, what kind of game is this? Hours later, you will not have answered the question. (PC, Proteus) 5/5

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