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Submitted by Cyrus365 1832d ago | review

Alltern8: Hired Guns: Jagged Edge Review

Alltern8 writes: "It's becoming increasingly odd how people mourn the loss of point 'n' click adventure gaming when it's still alive and kicking. With regular quality output from Telltale Games and other releases such as the Broken Sword Directors Cut and Still Life 2, there's more than enough to keep fans of that particular genre pointing and clicking away blissfully. The turn-based tactical game, however, a deliberate approach to strategy found in titles such as X-COM, Silent Storm and Jagged Alliance is indeed as dead as the proverbial big bird. What's more upsetting is that, bar a few nostalgic souls, nobody seems to care." ( Hired Guns: The Jagged Edge, PC) 4/10

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