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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 557d ago | review

TouchGen: Kairo review

TouchGen: I have been to Kairo, Egypt and I would never have gone there if it had been anything like the abstract representations of ancient Egypt found in the game Kairo. At times there are definitely identifiable objects, symbols and architecture from human history. Most of the times the environments feel alien though, and at best it feels like exploring Forerunner technology in the Halo universe and when it is at it´s worst if feels like a pretentious art project beyond my understanding. (iPhone, Kairo) 2.5/5

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