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Submitted by GeekedoutNation 438d ago | review

Deadfall Adventures Review | GeekedOutNation

Deadfall Adventures is a first person shooter from the development house The Farm 51. It strives to be a mixture of Indiana Jones and the Uncharted series, and for the most part it succeeds in this. Deadfall is full of throwbacks to various pop culture films of our youth. The lead character James Lee Quartermain, descendant of the legendary adventurer, Alan Quatermain, spouts famous lines from Indiana Jones, The Terminator, and at one point even quotes Darkwing Duck’s famous line, “Let’s get dangerous!”. Deadfall never strives to take itself too seriously, and because of this the game really shines among the plethora of first person shooters on the market. A great deal of care was taken with every aspect of the game and shows when you are running through the 11 massive levels. From the deserts of Egypt, to the frozen tundra of the Arctic, and all the way to the jungles of Guatemala, Deadfall Adventures really is as epic as it sets out to be. (Deadfall Adventures, PC, Xbox 360) 73/100

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