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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 555d ago | review

No Time To Explain Review | Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt writes:

'No Time To Explain opens up to a mild afternoon with a young man dancing carelessly before the judgment of his Kinect sensor as it converts the gyrating of his hips into high scores. Then a crack, a crash, and the walls of his house tumble and his future self arrives with a dire warning. There’s no time to explain, however, as the future self is immediately ambushed by a giant alien crab, leaving his beam weapon behind. So…a rescue mission, maybe. Just grab the gun and go.' (No Time To Explain, PC) 7/10

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