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Submitted by chromeish 567d ago | review

Final Exam Review | The Controller Online

Scott from the Controller Online writes: "As far as spin-offs go, you can’t get much further from the source material than Final Exam. Mighty Rocket Studios, once known as Hydravision Entertainment, made a couple of survival horror games a few years ago that bore the cleverly capitalized title ObsCure. Fast Forward to 2012 when we hear they’re working on an arcade brawler that will also be called Obscure. Then, later that year the name would be changed to Final Exam in an effort to avoid confusion, and we’re assuming a legion of angry fans of the originals. Today, however we managed to get here, we finally got our hands Mighty Rocket’s latest." (Final Exam, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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