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Submitted by gaminglives 911d ago | opinion piece

Love To Hate Miasmata

GamingLives delves into its love/hate relationship with Miasmata, as one of our writers finally discovers a game that makes them rage quit.

"Have you ever played a game that you both love and hate at the same time? A game that you constantly rage-quit, yet keep going back to? Well, I’ve discovered that feeling for the first time in my gaming life. The cause? The fiendishly difficult, yet strangely addictive, indie title from IonFX, Miasmata. It’s an exploration and survival game that’s like a cross between Lost In Blue and Amnesia, but far more frustrating than those two titles put together (is that even possible? – Ed.)." (Culture, Miasmata)

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