I love playing a new game. The size of my Steam library would indicate maybe a little too much. So many games come along that grab my attention with trailers and game-pay footage, yet fail to hold it. Carrion does not let go. Much like your protagonist, this game has hauled me into it’s toothyContinue reading “Game Review: Carrion”
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