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Submitted by CGMagazine 687d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Serena

There is a cabin in the woods where the collected mementos of a pair of shared lives is preserved. A cast iron pan seasoned with wine-dampened passions and ill-fated experiments. The little wooden pendulum clock that proved too charming for her to yield. Amidst these relics of a long, unwilted romance and the years’ mirth, a man struggles to remember his lover’s face. Perhaps the key to reclaiming her lies somewhere in the cabin? It’s worth searching for, but may unlock memories more likely buried than forgotten. (PC, Serena) 8/10

randomass171  +   687d ago
I played this. It left me quite depressed. But for a free game, it's a very interesting experience.

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