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Submitted by crock7owu10 392d ago | review

'Blue Estate' reaches new levels of crude mediocrity - Examiner

Examiner: Video games have come a long way in provoking an emotional response from players. Both Grand Theft Auto and South Park: The Stick of Truth used crude humor to make us laugh, while giving us memorable casts of characters and a touch of social commentary. Blue Estate, based on the series of comics by Victor Kalvachev, desperately tries to make players laugh as well, but results in a mixed bag of forgettable mediocrity. (Blue Estate, PS4) 2/5

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