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Cyberdreams

Cyberdreams (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Developer: Unknown

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04/17/1998

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Cyberdreams review

Reviewed July 24, 2008

Rob Hamilton says: "It's a very challenging game that is probably the most cerebral Doom wad I've ever played. But, it also bored the crap out of me. While the levels are all designed differently and the Cybers are placed in many very tricky locations, I just couldn't shake the feeling I was doing the same thing over and over again. After only doing a handful of levels, the lack of variety had really sapped my enthusiasm."
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