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V.I.P.

V.I.P. (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Action
Developer: Ubisoft

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Released
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04/01/2001
EU
11/23/2001
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Reader Reviews

V.I.P. review

Reviewed August 28, 2007

MartinG says: "Remember when people insisted in telling Pamela Anderson to do things? Like the movie Barb Wire or, more importantly for the sake of our study, the TV series VIP. This series, which amazingly lasted four full seasons, featured Pamela as the comically incompetent boss of an otherwise professional bodyguard agency. Well, somewhere along the line someone coerced Ubisoft into making a game for the PlayStation based on this series. "
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