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Drawn to Death

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Total Reviews: 32
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Drawn to Death is an obnoxious shooter that looks distinctive, but wears out its welcome fast.
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# Reviews: 32

Drawn to Death is an obnoxious shooter that looks distinctive, but wears out its welcome fast.

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High Score - 79/100
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Average Score - 54/100
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Low Score - 20/100
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Jon Denton (Eurogamer)

David Jaffe returns with an obnoxious, sketchy shooter that packs a surprising – if not entirely pleasant – punch.

April 7, 2017 |

With a look this distinctive, Drawn to Death could have hit the ground running. But as a decent shooter it merely limps, thanks to a number of unfortunate design choices, a lack of options, and rampant bugs. Intricate levels, varied weapons and unique characters may have looked good on paper, but any positives Drawn to Death has get scribbled over and obscured by the constant barrage of un-funny abuse it insists on endlessly spewing in your face.

April 8, 2017 |
4/10
Michael Rougeau (IGN)
5/10
Jeff Marchiafava (Game Informer)

The barebones arena action offers too few thrills. If the distracting visuals don’t turn you off, the sophomoric humor and constant barrage of insults will.

April 7, 2017 |

Jon Denton (Eurogamer)

Recommended - (Read Review)

David Jaffe returns with an obnoxious, sketchy shooter that packs a surprising – if not entirely pleasant – punch.

Michael Rougeau (IGN)

4/10 - (Read Review)

With a look this distinctive, Drawn to Death could have hit the ground running. But as a decent shooter it merely limps, thanks to a number of unfortunate design choices, a lack of options, and rampant bugs. Intricate levels, varied weapons and unique characters may have looked good on paper, but any positives Drawn to Death has get scribbled over and obscured by the constant barrage of un-funny abuse it insists on endlessly spewing in your face.

Jeff Marchiafava (Game Informer)

5/10 - (Read Review)

The barebones arena action offers too few thrills. If the distracting visuals don’t turn you off, the sophomoric humor and constant barrage of insults will.

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Drawn To Death is a 3rd person, multiplayer only, shooter/brawler that takes place entirely inside the pages of a high school kid’s notebook. All of the game’s levels, characters, and weapons have spawned from the always creative, somewhat twisted imagination of the teenage kid. The game is super violent, over the top, and very fast but it’s also very deep and tactical.

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