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Psychic Detective

Psychic Detective (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Interactive Movie
Developer: Colossal Studios
More Platforms: 3DO


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Psychic Detective review

Reviewed March 11, 2006

Gary Hartley says: "I had this plan for a review, and it was going to be great. See, what I was going to do was write an intro on how I've played an AWESOME point 'n' click game. One so spectacular that I had to write a review on it because not sharing this masterpiece WITH THE WORLD would have made me selfish and possessive. Then I was going to work in a direct link to my Broken Sword review using my limited knowledge of HTML coding. Hohoho."
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