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Submitted by TrueAxiom 1136d ago | article

Games as symbols: Child of Eden

Nightmare Mode takes a look at critical darling and sales failure Child of Eden and finds a game that's more symbol than substance. (Child of Eden, Culture, PS3, Xbox 360)

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