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Submitted by CGMagazine 225d ago | review

CGMagazine Reviews: Crimson Dragon: Repetition At Its Best

The game takes place on a world where human colonies are guarded by the dragon-riders of the Icarus Division, survivors of an alien virus that turns its subjects into scaly mutations. As a new recruit, you deal with the increased instances of this virus, which conveniently also makes the local wildlife go homicidal and spread the disease. The world looks rather good, with great honey-combed rock formations and bizarrely geometric underground structures. The dragons also get a pass, having a collection of rather unique designs, and some impressive-looking powers (of varying degrees of effectiveness). (Crimson Dragon, Xbox One) 6/10

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