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Submitted by awesomeoutof 828d ago | review

Driftmoon | Review - AWESOMEoutof10

Fraser Brown reviews Instant Kingdom's Driftmoon with a smile on his face that no amount of human stupidity can remove. "What sorcery is contained within the game to make it elicit the unnatural contortion of my mouth, you ask? Well, it’s a delightful blend of RPG and adventure game, full of wit and charm, it allows you to travel with a haughty royal panther, features drunk crabs and it spins a great many wonderful yarns. All in all, it is very much my cup of tea. A very nice earl grey, if you will." (Driftmoon, PC) -

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