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    Gaming Overlord

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    Steam ID: gndjester

    Article: Miasmata Review


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    BOT

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    Re: Article: Miasmata Review

    A very comprehensive review! Nicely done. This looks like it would be the type of game that will keep your heart rate up...

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    Struds Nemesis/Admin


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    Steam ID: [GND] Enad
    Sounds like an interesting game.

    I love the survival aspect, but I'm not sure I would enjoy that being the only aspect of the game.
    In the case of Ballsout 3, I love having to manage thirst,sleep and hunger while trying to survive encounters with super mutants.

    I suppose I could give Miasmata a try one day.
    Last edited by Jester; February 23rd, 2013 at 10:32 AM.

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    Gaming Overlord

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    Steam ID: gndjester

    Re: Article: Miasmata Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Enad View Post
    Sounds like an interesting game.

    I love the survival aspect, but I'm not sure I would enjoy that being the only aspect of the game.
    In the case of Ballsout 3, I love having to manage thirst,sleep and hunger while trying to survive encounters with super mutants.

    I suppose I could give Miasmata a try one day.
    Survival, exploration, and well... chemistry. But yeah you wouldn't like it very much, since like the review says there isn't much to find when exploring, you're always looking for something specific. Opposed to Ballsout 3 you have to manage only thirst and sleep, while trying to survive encounters with the monster on the island, and this is made more challenging with the realistic mapping/travelling.

    It's a cool game, in your case you would have to remember that exploration is not the emphasis (since by nature you explore in every open world game). Or you can try SPEED RUNNING it like pro gamr fleshJ.

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