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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 930d ago | review

GameZebo: Retrovirus Review

GameZebo: In Retrovirus you take on the role of an anti-virus program sent out to track down and destroy a particularly nasty worm that's infected the computer in which you reside. But as an "Agent" inhabiting a world of bits and bytes that's shaped to resemble our own, the process is very hands-on: Your tools are the digital equivalent of shotguns and rocket launchers, and the worm and its minions are doing their level best to kill you. It's not without flaws, but somehow this strange, low-priced indie game turned out to be one of the most entertaining shooters I've played in an awfully long time. (PC, Retrovirus) 4/5

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