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Haze

Haze (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Developer: Free Radical

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Staff Reviews

Haze review (PlayStation 3)

Reviewed June 05, 2008

Louis Bedigian says: "As a Mantel soldier, you’ll feel the power of Nectar with a bird’s-eye camera shift, a display that could be described as a vacuum that’s trying to devour your world. The devoured image quickly pops out, replacing the standard game view with an enhanced look at your enemies, who are now highlighted with a yellow glow. Bullets are taken with less damage, and your shields will replenish much quicker."
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