Blair Witch Volume 2: The Legend of Coffin Rock Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 6.0/10

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Blair Witch Volume 2: The Legend of Coffin Rock Reviews

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Thunderbolt 3/10 Feb 24 '03
Neoseeker 75% Dec 12 '00
Computer Games Online 3.5/5 Nov 14 '00
EuroGamer 6/10 Nov 25 '00
Game Power Australia 1.5/4 Oct 30 '00
Game Revolution D Nov 05 '00
GameCenter 5/10 Nov 09 '00
Games Radar UK  --- Nov 06 '00
GamesDomain  --- Nov 04 '00
GameSpot 6.7/10 Nov 02 '00
Gamespy 70/100 Nov 10 '00
Happy Puppy 7/10 Oct 31 '00
IGN PC 6.7/10 Oct 31 '00
MPOG 2/5 Nov 04 '00
Riva 3d 4.5/5 Oct 28 '00
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Blair Witch Volume 2: The Legend of Coffin Rock Roundups and Shootouts

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Blair Witch Volume 2: The Legend of Coffin Rock Previews

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"With the exception of two combat sequences that require the dexterity of a brain surgeon, this title has high entertainment value without being difficult. While it is not likely to strain the mind..."

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"The secret of the Blair Witch trilogy is "episodic gaming". Instead of having one big game that takes two years to develop, you instead will get a trilogy of shorter games at a budget price, each..."

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EuroGamer on

"Although it looks like Rustin Parr and uses the same technology, there’s none of the flair and precision of its big brother, and it’s decidedly shorter, which isn’t great since Rustin Parr was over..."

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"...plays like the Cliff's Notes version of Volume 1... no plot, no tension, and no surprises... problem-plagued Nocturne graphics engine..."

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Game Revolution on

"Lazarus is about as fascinating as day-old olive loaf... Gameplay is simple... notoriously frustrating and sloppy control... cinematic camera angles make for pretty pictures, but also some annoying..."

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