Pocket Gamer: Karnak Attack Review

When the Egyptians mummified their dead, they did so to preserve the people they revered. Yet no matter how carefully a body is prepared there's no way of saving the personality, intelligence, and creativity that once filled it with life – it's just a soulless husk.

Karnak Attack feels very much like the husk of the rich nineties first-person shooter scene: ostensibly familiar, but missing the vital soul that made those games special.

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