The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia

Game review by David Chapman, Common Sense Media
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Hybrid typing shooter is a dark comedy of errors.

Mac, Windows 2019

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The Textorcist: A Better Review

The Textorcist while Rife with what is obviously seen, blood, violence, heavily implied sex, obvious swearing, alcoholism. THE STORY, (as some people seem to be unable to recall EXISTS in the world today) Is simply put, a fallen priest who has true faith in god, on a mission to exorcise demons from our world. His name is Ray Bibbia, he has a history of violence and a gritty, dark demeanor, however as we follow his story, we find his faith renewed as he takes a pitfall from learning that he cannot kill demons to save his daughter, to redeeming himself by reconnecting with with his mentor from 20 years to find a way that he can. While Ray is not the EXCEEDINGLY great role model, doesn't everyone deserve a second chance to redeem themselves?

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