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0:0117/06/2008Posted by D+PAD StaffNo Comments

It doesn’t take long to realise that Haze has a problem. And at the risk of sounding obtuse, it has an embarrassing amount. At no point does the game offer anything of significant satisfaction and accomplishment in either the shamelessly brief single player campaign, the lifeless co-op mode, or even the embarrassingly substandard multiplayer facet. We would hope to see an inquest into how a game showing much promise from such an esteemed developer can end up becoming a glitch-ridden insipid mess, but for now we can identify Hazes problem in two areas – the ‘text’ and the ‘context’.


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