Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut Review - STN


One of the more interesting developments in the current generation of gaming is the birth of the independent scene on home consoles; with digital releases able to cut out the physical costs of producing game and letting some very original ideas be release to the consumer; I would even go as far as to say that most of the highlights of this generation have been with these bite-size games and though small in megabytes when compared to the multi gig AAA titles they tend to entertain even more. All this can be said for Lone Survivor, a very basic survival game where lack of graphical powers and a multi-million budget does nothing to stop in its goal, to mess with your head and scare you witless.

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