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“SOMA”: The Scale Between Walking Simulator And Adventure Game

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If you’ve read any review or impression of Frictional Games’ SOMA, you probably know how it isn’t really a horror game. People call it a straight-up adventure game where monsters show up every now and again, possibly to appease the YouTube audience Frictional sort of helped create with Anmesia: The Dark Descent. I agree with those sentiments, but I also think SOMA is just about the right mix of adventure game that I’ve been waiting for.  It also might be the best one of these “not really a game” games I’ve played so far. Continue reading

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