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The video game Obscure II is a survival horror sequel developed by Hydravision Entertainment and published by Ignition and Playlogic in North America. It was released for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Wii. In 2009, it was released for the PlayStation Portable. It is a follow-up to the 2004 video game Obscure. In this sequel, you play as a survivor who is attempting to survive in a world where everything seems to be falling apart.

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The story in Obscure The Aftermath is set two years after the events of the first game. The survivors have moved to college and are attempting to return to normal life. But a strange plant has been found on their campus, causing all kinds of strange events to happen to them. The survivors must work together to survive. The game is also free of violence, although a couple of scenes will be graphic. In Obscure: The Aftermath, you’ll need to find the mysterious Black Aura. The mysterious black flower has caused a series of horrible events, and your team has to battle to save your own lives.

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Obscure: The Aftermath features six playable characters. You’ll explore an atmospheric 3D environment and battle enemies to survive. The game has a cooperative mode where you can play with a friend. It features six playable characters and a story that’s based on the events of the first game. Obscure: The Aftermath is also 50% off for the PSP. The sequel to the popular survival horror game was released earlier this year by the same developer.

Obscure II was released in 2007 by Microids as Obscure. It was renamed Obscure: The Aftermath in North America. It was released on PC, PlayStation 2, Wii, and PSP, with a PSP Go and Wii version released in 2014. The game also has a Steam release, and has been a hit among gamers. If you’re looking for an action-packed adventure game, Obscure: The Aftermath is definitely worth checking out.

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