Submitted by WolfLeBlack 726d ago | review

(WGB) The Inner World - Review

Baden of WGB writes: "When it comes to setting, story and characters I now find myself turning more and more to the point and click genre for originality. Perhaps it’s because they’re a relatively niche games by today’s standards and thus developers feel more free to experiment, to create unique things, but I’ve found that it’s within games like The Inner World where I find the most interesting universes to explore and people to meet." (PC, The Inner World) 3/5

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