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Submitted by Murad 226d ago | review

Guncraft review - Blackman'N Robin

Ever since the initial release of Minecraft, and it’s increase in popularity throughout the years, many video game titles have tried to receive this popularity themselves, typically with very little success. Guncraft, in many ways, is the product of this scenario. The game from the outside looks as if it’s a rehash Minecraft, except with Guns, of course. However, looking deeper into it, there’s a glimmer of difference that really shows that Guncraft knows what it’s trying to accomplish and is more than a hollow mimicry, even though it does have several features that are indistinguishable from it’s predecessor. (GunCraft, PC) 2/5

Jourdy288  +   227d ago
I think I'm going to avoid games ending in "craft" that aren't Minecraft or Starcraft.

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