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Submitted by RgzCA 77d ago | review

Bermuda Review: Subpar Submarine Story | RGZCA

“Ugh,” Matt thought for a final time as the game drew to a close with yet another line involving both religion and faith in other people, “could this have been any more cliched?”

Matt does not really think it could have. InvertMouse’s Bermuda, a visual novel that is broken into eight episodes if you count the prologue and end, six of which contain a stealth mission right around the middle, none of which took him more than 10 minutes, most of which took him somewhere around 5, is quite literally a monument to every stereotype and cliche he could think of. The plot is so predictable based on the characters, other than one event which was a poor attempt at making the reader cry, and so brief that it ultimately left him with a very “meh” feeling by the end of it. (Bermuda, PC) -

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