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Nocturne
Game Description:Nocturne is a third-person action/adventure horror title from Terminal Reality and The Gathering of Developers. In Nocturne you play The Stranger, a dark mysterious character. The story is broken down into four chapters of which are each broken down into five or more missions. The chapters can be played in any order as there are no links to the story between the individual chapters. With beautiful 3D scenes and spooky environments Nocturne is due to invoke some fright in the casual gamer.
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  • Satan Makes A Comeback In Video Games

    As a long-time fan of both Satan and his lesser demons (particularly Belphegor, All Hail!) I couldn't be happier about this news: Satan is making comeback in video games. According to The Bulletin, ("Philadelphia's Family Newspaper"): "Even the most hard-core gamers are sounding the alarm about the rise in the number of...

    Posted February 24, 2010

    Satan Makes A Comeback In Video Games

 


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<configuration>
    <system.web>
        <customErrors mode="RemoteOnly" defaultRedirect="mycustompage.htm"/>
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</configuration>