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Submitted by Katz 518d ago | review

Mars: War Logs Review by The Black Panel

The Black Panel writes: Mars: War Logs is a classic example of ambition over budget. It has a fascinating world, diverse characters and functional combat but is critically hampered by its scale as a downloadable game. While well worth your time and money it can’t quite escape the stigma of being a poor man’s Mass Effect. You’ll like its ambition, but it remains flawed at heart. (Mars: War Logs, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

Tried the demo and I was completely unimpressed. Even for an indie game, this lacks core quality.

These guys are making Bound by fire.
Murad  +   518d ago
Actually, the game is very enjoyable and this is coming from the guy who looked at the demo and instantly disliked it.

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