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Submitted by idsanty 839d ago | video

Why I Love Reus

Yamilia from Twinfinite writes: "Another week, another time for me to open your eyes to the games that truly matter; The games I love. This time, we’re talking and playing Reus. Probably pronounced Roos. Maybe even Rayoos. Definitely a game where you play a God with four giants that do your bidding to make a world adequate for people to live in (or if you’re feeling malevolent, a death house) and grow as civilizations. It can even be described as a puzzle game as you try to make the best of the real estate available to each town to maximize just how much it’ll grow. In any case, it’s awesome, and here’s why I love Reus. You can check out other Why I Love episodes here." (PC, Reus)

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