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Submitted by lawks_land 645d ago | review

Slender - The Arrival Review | OnlySP

Slender – The Eight Pages was a free game released mid-way through last year, developed by Parsec Productions. It consisted of one level, eight pieces of paper, and one very Slender Man. It was a short game, and offered a rather basic experience, but it captured the hearts of many internet denizens. Nine months later and Parsec, teaming up with Blue Isle Studios, birthed a full, actual finished product based on their earlier free game – Slender – The Arrival. This time, they want your money, and they’re offering more game in exchange. But is Slender – The Arrival worth your time and hard-earned (or ill-gotten) dosh? (PC, Slender: The Arrival) 6.5/10

ATi_Elite  +   645d ago
Small time Developer but they are on to something great.

I'm sure they may make some Cash from this and use it to fund a Full Experience.

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