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Datura Review - IGN

IGN:

Hallucinogens alter your reality and make you see things that aren't there. Plants in the Datura family are renowned for their dangerous hallucinogenic qualities, and their beautiful white flowers -- which you'll find smattered all over the mysterious woods where developer Plastic's new game Datura takes place -- don't exactly belie the trippy nature of the game. It's within that mystery-laden woodland that you'll be thrust into a series of unusual events designed to tell a larger, highly artistic and possibly drug-induced story.

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NukaCola1603d ago

It does. The overall score shouldn't be a six. The average is a 7. I don't get numerical rating systems.

Either way I am going to get this. It looks cool and I'm a sucker for MYST and any indie title with originality.

Daver1603d ago

Cant wait to try it by myself, it sounds awesome!

Nac1603d ago

"Gameplay is king?" Shouldn't accessability be the crucial part to "game play?" What is it? Not "fun" or hard to access?