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Submitted by BrashGames 756d ago | opinion piece

Deep Sea – building a lonely, intense, extraordinary experience

Henry Osadzinski of Brash Games writes "Deep Sea isn’t something you can just download from Steam and take for a spin. First of all, it doesn’t have any visual element at all. Relying entirely on sound, Deep Sea is a game that takes the basic turn-out-the-lights horror premise and fully commits to it". (Deep Sea, Industry)

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