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Submitted by Blues Cowboy 1250d ago | review

No Time To Explain Seasons 1 & 2 Review: "My Ribs Are In My Eyes!" [Dealspwn]

Dealspwn.com writes: "As a giant crab smashes through your wall and snatches up your future self in its mechanical claws, you grab his discarded laser cannon and pursue the paradoxical horror into one of the most surreal platform puzzlers on the market. No Time To Explain met with a fairly mixed reception when it launched last summer due to its unstable code and questionable value, but after receiving a massive new content pack and a huge amount of post-release bug fixing, this brave indie contender is finally ready for action. With GamersGate on board and a Steam submission in the works, there's definitely time to explain why." (No Time To Explain, PC) 7/10

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