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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 932d ago | review

Anodyne | Geekenstein Review

"Indie games can get pretty surreal and Anodyne is no different. This Zelda-inspired action-RPG is a crazy trip through the dream realm of a boy named Young and… hoo boy, there’s a lot of weird, impactful shit in the game’s 6-9 hour playtime. Players control Young on his quest to save the “Village Elder,” Briar, from “the Darkness” that’s sweeping over “the Land,” using nothing but a broom for a weapon. The story is simplistic, yes… but I feel as if this was done on purpose. After all, not everything in this game can be trusted, and it’s hard to decipher what is real and what is not." - Mitch Rozetar of Geekenstein.com (Anodyne, PC) 3/5

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