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Submitted by NGB 565d ago | review

NGB | Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut Review

You’d be forgiven if you took one look at Lone Survivor and drew doubt over whether something that looked so dated and linear could ever be that horrifying; it would be the last time you did however. Jasper Byrne’s highly acclaimed effort has not only been improved with the new tweaks, but fits the PS Vita like a well made glove. Any fans of the survival horror genre who haven’t already, certainly owe themselves to pick this up, and those that do will find a game that humbly reminds its bigger and more renowned influences, how things should be done. (Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut, PS Vita) 8.5/10

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