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Submitted by StuGillies 349d ago | review

Montagues Mount Review | CalmDownTom

"Montague’s Mount from Polypusher Studios tries desperately to achieve Type A, the most difficult and rewarding form of horror and it fails spectacularly. The Irish island you find yourself on is a bland landscape indeed, and nothing about it draws you in. You wake up on a beach, no memory of who or where you are, and your first task is to find a walking stick; clearly, however you got here, you got injured along the way." Says CalmDownTom (Montague's Mount, PC) 2/5

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