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Submitted by TheFiddis 659d ago | review

Pixel Judge Review: Antichamber

"What is reality? Every human on earth will have a definition of reality, but how do we know it is actually real? Antichamber challenges your perception, it also tears into your pre-defined definition of reality. There are not many games that have met this challenge, Portal is maybe the closest, but Antichamber blows even that out of the water. From the moment the game begins your perception of how the world works will be twisted and many truths learned will have to be forgotten. The fact that it was developed by one man is a remarkable achievement and puts many triple A titles to shame." -Pixeljudge.com (Antichamber, PC) 4.5/5

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