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Release Oct/17/2015
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She was struck suddenly from behind.
A man attacked with incredible force, tumbling her onto the asphalt.
The man circled, wielding a knife. Then he dropped it and fled.
Her vision became blurry.
Slowly she realized her hands were bloody.
A sea of blood covered the asphalt.
Then she passed out.
When she gained consciousness again, she was inside a dark building.

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Intel Core 2 (2.26GHz)
Graphics card with shader model 3.0 support
9.0 or greater


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Weird and strangely wonderful survival horror

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The XBox 360 Indie Game Marketplace was a very strange place indeed, a place where you could find both hidden gems and utter trainwrecks. Or in the case of Mukago's Undead Syndrome, curiosities that demonstrate little flashes of brilliance within their technical limitations.

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For all it's noise and weirdness, I kind of love it, and if you're okay with titles like Deadly Premonition, you might find something to like here, too.

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