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Developer Gunfire Games shamelessly stole from ‘Dark Souls’ in all the best ways.
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Its technology and techniques are old-fashioned, but Irrational's 20 year-old horror classic still makes you a participant in its storytelling.
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'Mordhau' and the Fantasy of an All-White Middle Ages
Selective faux-realism and exclusion.
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