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Submitted by ChrisPriestman 974d ago | review

‘I Shall Remain: Prologue’ Review – Shoot It In The Head | IGM

Indie games are often praised for innovative story-telling features or for putting gameplay ahead of graphics, but sometimes small developers become too ambitious, trying to fit in as many cool features as possible without ever getting these all important basic mechanics down. Such is the case with the squad-based zombie shooter survival horror RPG I Shall Remain. (I Shall Remain, PC) 41/100

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