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Submitted by GRamirez 148d ago | review

Jazzpunk Review: The Art of Distraction - Pixel Related

Jazzpunk, as a concept alone, is nearly impossible to describe. To be fair, a game set in an alternate world where the Cold War is still happening, robots walk among people, taking pills will transport you to different countries and the world still uses compact discs can be a bit much to handle. If you look below the surface though, you’ll realize that Jazzpunk is nearly perfect at what it does: creating a world where almost anything can be interacted with. (Jazzpunk,, PC) 9.5/10

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