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Submitted by UnevenPixels 678d ago | review

Capsized Review | ReviewMango

The mysterious and deadly world of Capsized is an undoubtedly hostile place. Nightmarish flora and fauna twist their way from gnawed ground, burnt-out debris litters the landscape and hints at the gruesome fate of whichever unlucky souls found themselves on this planet before you, and the terrifying forms of bloodthirsty natives slink by somewhere just outside the periphery of your helmet visor, ready to eviscerate you with deadly bio-weaponry. This is not a place you should want to spend a nanosecond more than is absolutely necessary to rescue your crew and get the hell out, but Capsizedā€˜s intricately detailed art style, tense exploration, frenzied combat and cerebral soundtrack will have you gravity-hooked to your screen as it unsettles, frustrates, and delights in equal measure. (Capsized, PC, Xbox 360) 8/10

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