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Submitted by Lavalamp 625d ago | review

Mars: War Logs Review | Elder Geek

Elder Geek: "We were addicted to War Logs’ story. It’s not often you organize prison breakouts or help out broken colonies on Mars. Someday in the future, we’ll definitely be playing it again to see how the other branching pathways work out. The setting and its lore sucked us in with their geeky tractor beam, and truth be told, we’d like to see more from this universe. It’s just a shame the story feels rushed, which left us mostly detached from identifying with many of the characters. For $20 it’s a great budget-priced game for serious RPG and sci-fi fans who aren’t afraid of wading through a some muck to be rewarded with a decent experience. Everyone else can either skip it, or wait for the inevitable sale." (Mars: War Logs, PC) 3/5

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