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Submitted by Lucario 751d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Magrunner: Dark Pulse Review

DHGF: Magrunner: Dark Pulse is an in-depth first person puzzle game much like Portal, but where Portal went for a more sci-fi and comedy approach, Magrunner takes that sci-fi ctaspect and instead blends it with old school horror and Cthulhu like monsters leaving the player to use the puzzles to their advantage along with exploding containers and a weapon that simply controls magnets and changes certain objects magnetic polarity. Magrunner isn’t necessarily as straight-forward in what it’ll take to solve a puzzle as Portal and Portal 2 were and while the magnetic fields can be a little unwieldy at times the end result is just as much fun in a very different way. While lacking multiplayer the game does a great job of supplying enough levels and story to more than justify the cost. I (Magrunner: Dark Pulse, PC) -

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