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Submitted by iPhoneGeek 1279d ago | review

Glossy Eyed: Child of Eden review

With the developers of the KINECT promising total immersion, game developers haven't completely delivered. Can Ubisoft's recently released title give gamers that experience?

Yes. Yes. Yes.

It's the 23rd century. Man is now home among the stars. All of humanity is connected through the "new" internet, Eden. They can access data on the evolution of our planet to the memories and emotions of the first space-born human, Lumi. Scientists have even been able to bring Lumi back in this new digital universe. But all is not good. Computer viruses are threatening to destroy it all including Lumi. (Child of Eden, Kinect, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

Bigpappy  +   1279d ago
Yes.

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