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The Guy Game

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Platform: Xbox
Tags: General, Trivia
Developer: Top Heavy Studios


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The Guy Game review

Reviewed September 20, 2004

Jason Venter says: "As you properly guess whether or not the girls are smart enough to answer (more on that in a minute), your meter will fill up. If it hits the middle region, you will see no logo, but things are still blurred out. And if you top out with ‘Super Stiff,’ then you get to see nipples galore. This element of the game helps remind you that what you’re playing is really an interactive peep show. It does wonders for the self-esteem."
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