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Reviewed: Curse: The Eye of Isis
Producer: Dreamcatcher
Required System: Xbox, PC 600 MHz or better, DirectX-compatible video card
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf
Date: November 15th, 2004


"Value" video game titles are something many gamers shy away from - low cost, in many of their minds, means that it couldn't sell at a higher cost and, therefore, couldn't be that good. This doesn't necessarily follow, of course - many games that would today sell for $10 in the bargain bin are still good games, and plenty of lemons cost $50 on release.

Curse: The Eye of Isis falls somewhere in the middle. I doubt it could be a $50 game, but at the reduced price it's well worth picking up for idle-time play. There's nothing quite like a good horror story complete with the walking dead, mummies, and of course rescuing your girlfriend.

Added:  Tuesday, November 16, 2004
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/3

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