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John McCarroll
Lucius Review
Most point-and-click adventures don't follow a pint-sized murderer...
01.02.13 - 11:15 AM

Late last year, a tiny Finnish developer named Shiver Games and indie publisher Lace Mamba released Lucius, following a young boy of the same name. Unlike most protagonists of adventure games, Lucius has one goal: kill just about everyone and don't get caught. Can this demonspawn succeed in his mission, or is there something holding him back? Check out Rob's review!


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