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Submitted by ccgr 745d ago | review

ChristCenteredGamer Slender: The Arrival review

In the end, Slender: the Arrival did a great job of improving upon the scares of the original game by adding more levels, drastically improving the graphics, and employing a greater variety of scare tactics to strike fear in the player. However, this is definitely a game that will scare most players and has a definite possibility of inciting dark thoughts in impressionable gamers. (PC, Slender: The Arrival) 80/100

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