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Full Auto

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Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Racing
Developer: Pseudo Interactive


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Full Auto review

Reviewed April 22, 2006

asherdeus says: "I love explosions. Explosions are one of the best things to come out of the 80s. Fuck the big hair bands; give me the explosions of Rambo and Predator and Iím satisfied. And that my friend is what Full Auto gives us. Explosions abound in Full Auto. Itís the whole point of the game. You strap yourself into the seat of some generic vehicle thatís completely loaded with guns and mines and grenades and all sorts of other weapons, and then you take to streets and blow the ..."
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