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Time Crisis: Project Titan review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

bloomer says: "There's a new kid in town who's come to bring joy to slavering title-starved owners of the Gun-Con 45 for the Playstation. If you'd resorted to pointing the light-gun at your sister and making 'PEOO! PEOO!' noises for the past few months trying to stave off withdrawal systems, well it's time to stop, because Time Crisis: Project Titan has entered the building. What's more, this game is a Playstation exclusive, which somehow makes it a whole lot more fun and places a big silly grin on your..."
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