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Submitted by jaggernaut25 983d ago | review

Mars: War Logs Review – Prisoner of Bore - The Koalition

The Koalition writes: "Mars: War Logs begins with who the player expects to be the main character speaking out in desperation: "I never really thought I'd end up in the middle of the war, but didn't really understand how." If you're confused at the end of that sentence, you should be, because it doesn't make grammatical sense. This phrase, as it turns out, seems to serves as a metaphor for the game as a whole: muddled and without focus, but endearing enough to get by." (Mars: War Logs, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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