The game formerly known as Obscure, now known as Final Exam has just gotten a demo available for all to play. You might want to check the side scrolling brawler out if our review didn't convince you it was worth your hard earned money.
High school reunions are almost as awkward as high school itself. The great thing is that you get to hang with friends that you haven’t seen in years, all while avoiding ex boyfriends/girlfriends like the plague. However in Mighty Rocket Studio’s Final Exam, the return to high school is crashed by horrific monsters who want to do more t...
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In school I was taught the three Rs; Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. I was not taught the three Ds; Death, Dismemberment and Destruction. The class of Final Exam should count themselves lucky that they were taught how to apply violence as zombies have just taken over the school. The new co-op trailer shows just this.
I'm old. Old enough to never worry about having to take another exam. No longer do I have that anxiety dream of being stuck in a Sports Hall taking my Final Exam whilst being molested by the undead. Wait, that was no dream, but the synopsis for Mighty Rocket Studio's new 4 player download title due November 8th.
Bringing back a long forgotten franchise is a wonderful idea, unless the new game looks nothing like the original. This was the case with Obscure 2013 that was as similar to the moody original as chalk is to cheese in a can. Mighty Rocket Studios have decided to sever the more obvious links with the original game and have renamed their 4 player co-op game Final Exam.