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‘Betrayer’ Review: Black, White, And Sporadically Red

Last year, a handful of former Monolith developers decided to do what so many other industry veterans are doing — including Zombie Studios (Daylight), The Astronauts (Ethan Carter), and Tangentlemen (Daedalus), among others — and leave the ridiculous world of AAA video game development to form a new studio focused on smaller scale titles. Blackpowder Games’ debut is the atmospheric first person shooter Betrayer, and its horror theme is fitting seeing as these guys helped bring us the original FEAR.

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  • Lion7718

    I agree with the review, I spent more time looking for things instead of killing…lol

    • Adam Dodd

      Yeah, it feels a little empty sometimes.

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