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Valhalla Game Studios is seemingly at work on its next game

Devil's Third wasn't everything I hoped it would be, but I saw the skeleton of a great action game underneath all that muck. Maybe with a remaster on another console that fixed the technical issues and the plodding pacing of the campaign, it would have fared much better critically (I know what you're thinking, there is a PC edition, but it's a free-to-play multiplayer-only joint).
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