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Aphelion: Graves of Earth

Aphelion: Graves of Earth (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: RPG (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Lunatic Studios

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07/08/2010

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Staff Reviews

Aphelion: Graves of Earth review

Reviewed July 19, 2010

Gary Hartley says: "The episodic nature of the title goes some way to explaining the inconclusive ending to the game, but my exhaustive relationship with Sam & Max means I know it’s not really excuse. I suppose it claws creditability back by being a fantastic game suffering a “not quite there yet” by-line."
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Aphelion: Graves of Earth review

Reviewed September 08, 2015

Rob Hamilton says: "Solid, but unspectacular, sci-fi."
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Reader Reviews

Aphelion: Graves of Earth review

Reviewed July 03, 2017

JoeTheDestroyer says: "Grave indeed"
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