Submerged Review

Submerged Review

Published On August 8, 2015 | By Marty Greenwell | Features

Justin brings our review for Submerged.

Most modern video games seem to have forgotten subtlety and shove the story directly into your face. While some games can be straightforward and still create a fantastic storytelling experience, the enjoyment and reward for the player reading between the lines and piecing the details together themselves seems all but lost. Luckily a few titles release every now and then that still allow for a bit of investigation to unlock the full story. Submerged is one of these titles.

You take up the role of Miku, a young girl alone with her injured brother on a small …

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About The Author

Marty has been gaming since the heady years of the ZX-81 and still owns most of the gaming systems purchased since those days, including the Atari 2600, ZX Spectrum, SNES, Jaguar, Dreamcast and GameCube. Being a collection junkie (or more accurately, hoarder), he buys more games than he can possibly play, far too many of which are still sealed in their packaging. Marty favours RPGs and Driving games when it comes to genres, and is possibly a little bit too addicted to Disgaea. When not gaming he’s out frightening OAPs on his motorcycle, clad in black leather.