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Submitted by chromeish 640d ago | review

Mars War Logs Review | The Controller Online

Scott from The Controller Online writes: "I’ve long been fascinated, on some level, with the Red Planet and its colonization so I’m always intrigued when a new game comes along that is set on Mars. Mars War Logs looks immediately familiar to those who are fans of the old Mars adventure fiction novels, or the more modern tales like the Red Faction series. Though Spiders Studio have mixed in their own flavor to the setting one thing remains the same; nobody is ever just relaxing and having a good time on Mars." (Mars: War Logs, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

MuhammadJA  +   639d ago
Not interested.
Rob_P  +   639d ago
I am definitely interested. There's a charm to Cyanide's games that overcomes their brokenness.

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