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Submitted by Shacks 601d ago | review

Dying: Sinner Escape Review | OmniGamer

The easiest way to tell a mystery is having the main character wake up and not know where they are or how they got there. This allows for the audience to learn right a long with the character and most times helps keep them interested. Dying: Sinner Escape does just that, however, the game is plagued by bad dialog that is preformed by horrible voice acting and while the puzzles are interesting and satisfying, everything else is lacking. (Dying: Sinner Escape, iPhone) 2/5

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