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Submitted by rbailey 607d ago | review

Dying: Sinner Escape Review — No Escape I TheKoalition

Garrett Glass of TheKoalition writes:
Dying: Sinner Escape is a game that could be far more interesting than it actually is. Nekom Entertainment's game has the perfect premise for a horror point-and-click adventure game: players must use their wits to escape five demented rooms in episodic chunks. But the game lacks terrifying moments, and that means being stuck in a room is as boring as it sounds. (Android, Dying: Sinner Escape, iPad, iPhone, PS Vita) 45/100

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