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Submitted by capitalK 1113d ago | opinion piece

Hunted's harebrained A.I. is a co-op primer

Bitmob: By the time I crumpled my 100th foe into a wounded heap in Hunted: The Demon's Forge, I had a solid inkling that the game required a different kind of effort beyond a Gears of War clone with elf ears. True, the essence of Hunted lies within its mixture of hack-n-slash and cover-based elements, but the actual magic sits with the synergy between protagonists Caddoc and E'lara, the mercenary duo of cautious muscleman and bloodthirsty elf huntress, respectively. (Hunted: The Demon's Forge, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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