Upon release, Flesh & Blood received mixed reviews from critics. It currently holds a 51% score in the aggregator GameRankings. Matthew Castle from GamesRadar gave the game a 7 out of 10. He praised the improved combat and elaborate set-pieces, as well as the puzzles, comparing them to the Riddler's challenges in Batman: Arkham Asylum. His only negative remarks were poor checkpoint locations and subpar graphics. Game Informer gave the game a 4.5 out of 10, saying: \"The game failed to polish the concepts of the original.\" Anthony Gallegos of IGN gave the game a negative review, 4.5 out of 10.
I was fortunate that the survivors were willing to share with me, I think, more, actually, than they'd shared with their own families. As an outsider, they were willing to talk with me and weren't trying to protect me, although they were still trying to protect themselves in some ways. And it took many, many times of speaking with people, sometimes, to get behind the polished stories that they were willing to share. And, of course, everything that they remember is intimately bound, inextricably bound, with loss.
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There is a tendency while watching \"Shoah\" to try to put a distance between yourself and the events on the screen. These things happened, after all, 40 or 45 years ago. Most of those now alive have been born since they happened. Then, while I was watching the film, came a chilling moment. A name flashed on the screen in the subtitles, the name of one of the commandants at Treblinka death camp. At first I thought the name was \"Ebert\" - my name. Then I realized it was \"Eberl.\" I felt a moment of relief, and then a moment of intense introspection as I realized that it made no difference what the subtitle said. The message of this film (if we believe in the brotherhood of man) is that these crimes were committed by people like us, against people like us.
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