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Submitted by D81 1800d ago | review

Resolution: Pahelika: Secret Legends review

Resolution writes: "It all struggles to go anywhere. Interesting narrative threads disappear as soon as they turn up, and there's no attempt to mould everything into a cohesive, flowing world. It's a collection of puzzle rooms with a story tacked on to the beginning and the end, one that thinks it's a lot more profound and interesting than it actually is. And though it'll surely find its audience within the casual market, there are far better options available if that's your cup of tea - especially if you've $20 to shell out." (Pahelika: Secret Legends, PC) 43/100

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