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Submitted by Handheld_Heroes 288d ago | review

Geekscape Games Reviews: 'Life Goes On'

Andy writes - "Death has always been a form a punishment in video games. The lingering fear of starting an area over again from a poorly placed checkpoint after spending hours getting to end of a level is frustrating to endure. What if death was not a form of punishment but instead, required in order to proceed. Well, Life Goes On does just that with hilarious results." (Life Goes On, PC) 3/5

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