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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1088d ago | review

GameZebo: 9: The Dark Side Of Notre Dame Review

GameZebo: Have you noticed that hidden object adventures seem to keep getting bigger? The trend lately is to pull the player through as many outlandish locations as possible, which precludes the notion of making a tighter, more constrained game. 9: The Dark Side of Notre Dame ignores current trends by setting itself within and around Paris's famed Notre Dame cathedral and relies—for both good and ill—on its reboot of a classic tale to provide what's necessary for a great game. (9: The Dark Side Of Notre Dame, PC) 3/5

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