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Submitted by combocaster 652d ago | review

Retrovirus Review | ComboCaster

Not all games that appear at Kickstarter funding can Retroviruses and is one of those. Fortunately this was not enough to prevent its development, because as we know the games that pass through are for producers to make some money quickly.
Retrovirus is a shooter with six degrees of freedom where we play as a virus, abating the threats that are appearing in the computer systems Gravity is not so important for an antivirus freedom is greater than in most shooters. The colors and the absence of large signs that tell us what is up and down can be a real "mind fuck" but in reality Retrovirus is a great match up. There are some clues in the scenario that tell us where we're facing, but can really forget it and feel the freedom of not having to worry about it. (PC, Retrovirus) 7.5/10

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