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Geneforge

Geneforge (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Tags: RPG, Turn-Based
Developer: Spiderweb Software

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03/18/2002

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Geneforge review

Reviewed December 20, 2018

Joseph Shaffer says: "Imagine old school Fallout, but with monster summoning and stock sound effects."
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