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Submitted by Arnon 2092d ago | review

Gamus | Alan Wake Review

Gamus:

"The new generation of games, which began in late 2005, made several changes in many genres, like action, RPG, shooting first and third person and sports. A particularly strong since the early 90s, was lagging behind. The "Survival-Horror", represented by giants such series as Alone in the Dark, Fatal Frame, Silent Hill and Resident Evil." (Alan Wake, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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