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Under the Skin

Under the Skin (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Developer: Capcom
AKA: Meiwaku Seijin: Panic Maker (JP)

Reader Reviews

Under the Skin review

Reviewed August 22, 2004

midwinter says: "Aliens, we just can't seem to live with them and we sure as hell can't live without them. Though in the past they've used us as incubators for their young, processed our children into hamburger mince and hunted the remnants of humanity to the brink of extinction, we still find ourselves fascinated by the unknown mysteries that these galactic beings represent. Are we suckers for punishment or is our continued persecution justified? Who knows... but whatever the reason may be, their next visit to ..."
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Under the Skin review

Reviewed October 08, 2011

pickhut says: "There's even a Resident Evil 3-themed level, including zombies, a hulked-out Nemesis, and Jill Valentine, the latter which you can transform into and... yes, see in her undies."
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