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Secret Files: Tunguska

Secret Files: Tunguska (WII) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Genre: Adventure
Developers: Fusionsphere Systems, 10tacle studios


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Secret Files: Tunguska review

Reviewed May 05, 2008

Gary Hartley says: "In one scenario, a Russian military hospital that has Nina imprisoned in a rat-infested cell with only a stinking foam mattress for company, Max flies out to the rescue (for some reason, in Tunguska, everyone has a plane license, despite their profession) allowing the two to work together as a team, swapping items between the two as they may need to, attacking the hospital from two different locations. Itís hardly a new idea, but itís one that forces you to think at things from a slightly different angle. Then itís over, Nina is sprung, and this teamwork is never used again."
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