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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 643d ago | review

TouchGen: Gemini Rue Review

TouchGen: In most dystopian depictions of our future, off-world is where protagonists either originate from or move towards. Unable to find their place in the chaotic madness of decadence gone bad, characters like Blade Runner’s Deckard and Gemini Rue’s Odin collide with any modern city they find themselves in. Assassin turned cop Azriel Odin immerses into the grim authoritarian regimes he despises so much, in search for his lost brother. First stop is the planet of Barracus: home of the shady Boryokudan and perpetual drizzle. A drowned man, however, is not troubled by rain. (Gemini Rue, iPad, iPhone) 5/5

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