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Submitted by Cat 505d ago | review

The Night of the Rabbit Review: Dare to go Down the Rabbit Hole? (N4G)

Coolbeans writes, "I find it rather peculiar how the protagonist’s chief anxiety in the beginning of Daedalic Entertainment’s “The Night of the Rabbit” slightly mirrors my current gaming situation. For him: the threat of repetitive tasks in school looms overhead as his summer vacation nears its closing; for me: the risk of several shoot-y titles that interest me overwhelming what little freedom I have in my gaming schedule. And as this delightful young hero seeks a quest to fulfill his childhood dreams, so too am I brought back to the whimsy of a respected genre that I was most conversant with in my pastime: the point-and-click adventure." (PC, The Night of the Rabbit) -

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