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Submitted by IDFinners 880d ago | review

Cerebral Bundle In A Box Impressions [Just Press Start]

Ian of Just Press Start writes:

"The term ‘cerebral’ encapsulates the latest Bundle in a Box more aptly than I initially thought. Prior to the announcement of the games, I had assumed a puzzle-centric collection – one that would require the manipulation of increasingly complicated pipes, tiles and machinery in order to progress through a somewhat vague (if even present) narrative – but this bundle goes after far more than just the logic centres of your brain. (Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller - Episode 1: Hangman, Dinner Date, I Get This Call Every Day, J.U.L.I.A, PC, Phantasmaburbia, Reversion - The Meeting, Vampires!) -

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