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Evil Dead: The Game Review – The Final Verdict

On the whole, Evil Dead: The Game doesn’t break much new ground in terms of asymmetrical multiplayer or movie tie-in games, but what it does, it does mostly well. It’s not entirely balanced or varied, so what you see up front is largely what you get, but I found myself still enjoying going off against demons and hearing Bruce Campbell’s one-liners just as much ten hours in as I did the first time.

It’s not going to add a whole lot to the Evil Dead lore, nor will it make a dent in the gaming landscape, but for what it is, Evil Dead: The Game is worth your time, if only to have some tense, satisfying fun killing demons and humans alike.

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