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Submitted by mcroddi 942d ago | review

onPause Review: Antichamber (Video Review)

onPause writes:

As you walk around the world of Antichamber, the new non-euclidean first person puzzle game, you begin to realize how unique of a game it is. The first time you are transported to a new area after looking through an intricate design, you understand that this is unlike any game released. While some games that take the ultra-unique approach fall on their face, Antichamber embraces its uniqueness all the way to the end and succeeds This excellent puzzle game will have you questioning your every step, and how exactly the world is changing around you. (Antichamber, PC) 9/10

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