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Ars: Damnation Review - Punishing in all the wrong ways

Ars writes: "Damnation must have been one of those games that looked great on paper, mainly because no one would actually want to make something this rotten. Somewhere during its execution something went terribly, terribly wrong. A steampunk action/platformer set in an alternate United States where the Civil War still hasn't ended certainly sounds exciting, but the problem is that Blue Omega Entertainment released a game that not only fails to take advantage of such a unique premise, but it's also ugly, marred with poor design decisions, and rather broken in certain areas."

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