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The Thing

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Platform: Xbox
Tags: Adventure, Horror
Developer: Computer Artworks
More Platforms: PlayStation 2


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The Thing review

Reviewed April 10, 2005

Gary Hartley says: "Throughout the game, Blake will recruit, lose, and reacquire soldiers of the three differing flavours that all need to be managed. And manage them you must; in an obviously hostile environment, newly discovered troops will not always happily trust you right off the bat. "
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