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Submitted by zackfurniss 658d ago | review

Boss Dungeon Slaughtember: A Dual Feature Review of Amnesia and Outlast

Boss Dungeon's Zack Furniss attempts to emulate the writing styles of both Amnesia and Outlast in a dual feature review:

"And what surroundings they were! From an exceedingly sumptuous manor, to a caliginous, clockwork machine, I found myself in awe of my immediate environment."

"September 13th, 8:00 PM- Outlast is ready and waiting for me. Time to dig in, see what I can find out about Mount Massive. Taking my camera with me, just in case." (Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, Outlast, PC) 8-9/10

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