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Hard to Be a God

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Platform: PC
Genre: RPG
Developer: Burut Software

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Hard to Be a God review

Reviewed March 21, 2008

Josh Higley says: "In essence, the game's opening moments establish the framework for many a glorious battle to come, while apparently forsaking plot entirely. And the ensuing horse ride to meet your informant are filled with thoughts of future glory. But then, something strange happens. Glimmers of a plot start to surface. Clandestine maneuvers are made. Backstabbing occurs, and it's presented in a way that compels one to care."
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