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Still Life

Still Life (XBX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Microids

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06/06/2005
EU
06/03/2005
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Staff Reviews

Still Life review

Reviewed July 13, 2005

Jason Venter says: "I use the term ‘playing’ rather loosely. Still Life doesn’t usually feel like a game. Instead, it’s like reading an interesting mystery novel but all of the pages are stuck together and you have to fight just to keep reading. Though you do control the protagonists directly, there’s not much to do with them but walk from place to place, talk to people and maybe solve some irritating puzzles along the way."
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