Submitted by GregMicek 193d ago | review

Tales of the Great War In Valiant Hearts - Cliqist

Martin Toney writes: "Valiant Hearts takes a peculiar approach to its implementation of gameplay, storytelling and puzzle solving. Everything melds together into a very functional melting pot of cleverly designed ideas that make sense even without the context of gameplay. If you need to empty a machine gun nest of enemy troops, you won't find the game finding some contrived means of distracting the enemy, you're more likely just going to hurl a grenade in and watch the foe clear out in an attempt to save their lives." (PC, PS3, PS4, Valiant Hearts: The Great War, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) -

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CurrentDigital  +   193d ago
Nice job, guys!

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