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Planet Explorers Preview | GameGrin

GameGrin's Andy McDonald writes: "I don’t mind admitting that I’m becoming a little bit weary of games whose core mechanics revolve around mining, crafting and resource gathering. There has been a definite oversaturation in the survival game market recently and it doesn’t look like it’s going to stop anytime soon. It seems that every other game I hear about is some kind of ‘open world survival’ or ‘procedurally generated sandbox action adventure!’. That age-old adage ‘Too much of a good thing.’ definitely rings true." (PC, Planet Explorers)

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