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Submitted by Rowland 1133d ago | review

Quartertothree: Call of Cthulhu Review - The Wasted Land’s wasted opportunity

Quartertothree: The developers at Red Wasp Design have a great sense of atmosphere. Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land is so promising as it boots up, with a picture of Lovecraft in all his gangly ungainly glory. Something scratchy plays at a slightly wrong speed on a gramophone, half way between warbly singing and sinister chanting. This off-kilter spirit of Lovecraft carries into the mission intros, with the characters talking to each other in suitably “period” dialogue. (Android, Call of Cthulhu : The Wasted Land, iPhone) 2/5

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