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Submitted by mrwawa 265d ago | review

Bermuda Review [Capsule Computers]

Christopher Chu from Capsule Computers wrote:

Bermuda is one of those titles that jumps out and surprises you in the face, making you regret ever doubting it in the first place. The adventurous stealth title was created by the talented InvertMouse, an independent developer who has also created other visual novel titles such as Unhack. Bermuda follows the adventures of Edward, Paul, and Joanna, as they are abducted onto an alien vessel during a camping trip gone wrong. With Joanna ported off the alien vessel and the remaining two captives still on the ship, Edward and Paul must figure out a way to escape this alien vessel, but they are held prisoners by their captors, who seem to be underwater dwelling beings that aim to keep the peace between humans and themselves, but will resort to violence when needed. The Bermuda Triangle myth that humanity has sought to understand for so long turns out to be much more than a myth. (Bermuda, PC) 8.5/10

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