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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 363d ago | review

The Night of the Rabbit Review | Geekenstein

"I have always and will always love the way point and click adventure games play and unfold, but there is nothing about the years of innovation and technology that can get rid of the genre’s core issues. The plot and world of The Night of the Rabbit was so wonderful to experience and I do hope that we get another entry, but it doesn’t overcome the seemingly obtuse nature of several of the puzzles. There still is plenty of game worth experiencing, but it comes in spite of the time you’ll be spending either looking at a guide or banging your head against the wall in frustration." - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein.com (PC, The Night of the Rabbit) 3/5

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