Submitted by rABble24 378d ago | review

Don't Starve: Console Edition Review (GodisaGeek)

Posted by Mick Fraser

If you ever find yourself mysteriously whisked away to a strange, dark land full of forests and rockland and endless trees, possibly ruled over by a sinister fellow named Maxwell, and are forced to make tools from twigs and flint and desperately keep a fire burning to stave off the unseen terrors of the night, always try to keep one thing at the very forefront of your mind: stay the hell away from the frogs. (Don't Starve, PS4) 9/10

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