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Submitted by CGMagazine 724d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Killer is Dead

There’s a particular experience in gaming that can be had only by those with a high tolerance for sloppy game design in order to embrace a bizarre, surreal atmosphere as conceived by Japanese game developers. Most recently, Swery65, was the poster boy for this trend with Deadly Premonition garnering praise and hate alike, but before Swery65, there was Suda51. And he’s back with Killer Is Dead. This game is a return to form, for the developer, which may be a good thing or a horrible thing depending on how long you’ve been a fan of his work. (Killer is Dead, PS3, Xbox 360) 70/100

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